White Collar Crime Vs Traditional Crime

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First, the ongoing disputes about outlining and categorizing white collar crime muddles the process. White collar crime is often more complicated verse traditional crime. It almost always involves some form of trust. Second, a greater amount of white collar crime is not reported or officially identified compared to traditional crime, and the costs of unreported crime are more difficult to measure.

Its victims are usually a large group, faceless who feel they are stigmatized or seldom know they are being victimized. Thus, causing challenges and giving way to how the public perceives white collar crime. Unlike traditional crimes, white collar crime is not dependent upon the application or threat of physical force or violence which keeps
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