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Corporate Crime Investigation

Corporate Crime Investigation Author Jack Bologna
ISBN-10 0750696591
Release 1997
Pages 250
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This manual is intended for corporate security professionals, and those involved in internal auditing of company accounts as well as investigators into race and gender infractions. Ethical issues surrounding privacy and breach of contract are discussed.



Investigating White Collar Crime

Investigating White Collar Crime Author Tom Bazley
ISBN-10 IND:30000116784541
Release 2007-09-01
Pages 289
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Based on the author's career as a federal agent, this book offers a blueprint for investigating a wide array of white collar crimes. Its approach is comprehensive, examining the typology and investigative processes associated with these types of cases. Tactics such as search warrants, civic injunctions, and forfeiture are discussed throughout and examples of specific documents support many of the investigative techniques in the book. Focuses on how to investigate white collar crime from a comprehensive perspective. Provides a full range of investigative tools and techniquesto address a variety of white collar criminal cases. Considers both criminal and civil/administrative investigations. Includes examples of important documents such as a search warrant, seizure warrant, and civil injunction declaration. Devotes a chapter to forensic science and white collar crime.



Fraud Examiners in White Collar Crime Investigations

Fraud Examiners in White Collar Crime Investigations Author Petter Gottschalk
ISBN-10 9781498760447
Release 2015-09-01
Pages 298
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In Fraud Examiners in White-Collar Crime Investigations, Petter Gottschalk examines and evaluates the investigative processes used to combat white-collar crime. He also presents a general theory regarding the economic, organizational, and behavioral dimensions of its perpetrators. Pool Your Resources for a Successful Investigation Gottschalk emphasizes the importance of collaboration across multiple disciplines including accounting, law, and forensic science in solving each case of suspected white-collar crime. He describes each case as a "puzzle" or "project" consisting of several steps and several participating individuals or organizations. Since so many people participate in an investigation, Gottschalk advises that objectively acquired and communicated information is vital to successful results. Fraud Examiners in White-Collar Crime Investigations approaches case studies from the perspectives of police science and detective work rather than auditing and legal thinking. Gottschalk asserts that "the private detective rather than the firm lawyer" is the more potentially successful fraud examiner. His approach emphasizes the importance of using strategy and practice in yielding results toward solving a case and highlights the use of interviews. He looks at the role of people as significant resources of information to help solve white-collar criminal cases and explains how a well-conducted interview can have a significant impact on the progress of an investigation. Through the analyses theories Gottschalk presents, this book gives you a useful tool for understanding characteristics of white-collar crime and for devising strategies for conducting and evaluating investigations of suspected white-collar crimes.



Investigating White Collar Crime

Investigating White Collar Crime Author Petter Gottschalk
ISBN-10 9783319689166
Release 2017-11-03
Pages 265
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This book examines internal fraud investigations in public and private organizations. It provides a theoretical framework of white-collar crime and convenience theory, to examine a number of case studies, including some cases brought to light by the Panama Papers. Investigating white-collar crime is distinguished from other types of crime by: concealment of the crime rather than the criminal, victims who may be unaware of the crime and not directly visible to the criminal, and the resources available to suspects. It requires a unique strategy and a unique set of tools. This work provides insight into a number of internal investigation reports that are normally not publicly available. It will be of interest to researchers in criminology and criminal justice, particularly with an interest in white collar crime and corruption, as well as related fields such as business, management, economics, and public administration.



Understanding White Collar Crime

Understanding White Collar Crime Author J. Kelly Strader
ISBN-10 9781422496046
Release 2011
Pages 436
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Understanding White Collar Crime has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Understanding White Collar Crime also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Understanding White Collar Crime book for free.



Internal Corporate Investigations

Internal Corporate Investigations Author Barry F. McNeil
ISBN-10 159031915X
Release 2007
Pages 526
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In the wake of highly publicized corporate shake-ups, internal investigations have gained national prominence and established themselves as an important tool of management. This newly updated and expanded resource guides you through the intricate steps of conducting an effective and efficient internal investigation. Each chapter covers one aspect of conducting an investigation, clearly describing and advising you on the methods and skills involved, while providing you with practical tips on anticipating, recognizing, and avoiding the traps you are certain to encounter.



Investigating Computer Related Crime Second Edition

Investigating Computer Related Crime  Second Edition Author Peter Stephenson
ISBN-10 9781420003703
Release 2013-04-19
Pages 404
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Since the last edition of this book was written more than a decade ago, cybercrime has evolved. Motives have not changed, but new means and opportunities have arisen with the advancement of the digital age. Investigating Computer-Related Crime: Second Edition incorporates the results of research and practice in a variety of venues, growth in the field, and new technology to offer a fresh look at the topic of digital investigation. Following an introduction to cybercrime and its impact on society, this book examines: Malware and the important differences between targeted attacks and general attacks The framework for conducting a digital investigation, how it is conducted, and some of the key issues that arise over the course of an investigation How the computer forensic process fits into an investigation The concept of system glitches vs. cybercrime and the importance of weeding out incidents that don’t need investigating Investigative politics that occur during the course of an investigation, whether to involve law enforcement, and when an investigation should be stopped How to prepare for cybercrime before it happens End-to-end digital investigation Evidence collection, preservation, management, and effective use How to critique your investigation and maximize lessons learned This edition reflects a heightened focus on cyber stalking and cybercrime scene assessment, updates the tools used by digital forensic examiners, and places increased emphases on following the cyber trail and the concept of end-to-end digital investigation. Discussion questions at the end of each chapter are designed to stimulate further debate into this fascinating field.



Research Handbook on Corporate Crime and Financial Misdealing

Research Handbook on Corporate Crime and Financial Misdealing Author Jennifer Arlen
ISBN-10 9781783474479
Release 2018
Pages 392
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Jennifer Arlen brings together 13 original chapters by leading scholars that examine how to deter corporate misconduct through public enforcement and private interventions. Scholars from a variety of disciplines present both theoretical and empirical analyses of organizational and individual liability for corporate crime, liability for foreign corruption, securities fraud enforcement, compliance, corporate investigations, and whistleblowing. This Research Handbook also highlights promising avenues for future research.



Understanding White Collar Crime

Understanding White Collar Crime Author Petter Gottschalk
ISBN-10 9781315350141
Release 2016-09-19
Pages 280
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Understanding White-Collar Crime develops the concept of convenience as the main explanation for crime occurrence. Examining all three dimensions of crime—economic, organizational, and behavioral—the book argues that when white-collar crime becomes less convenient, crime rates will go down. By applying convenience theory to an empirical sample of convicted white-collar criminals, the text teaches criminal justice students and ethics and compliance practitioners to identify and understand how opportunity affects real-world criminal situations. Internal investigations of white-collar crime are discussed, and corporate social responsibility against white-collar crime is emphasized. Understanding White-Collar Crime: A Convenience Perspective examines not only the theories behind white-collar crime, but also explores methods used in criminal justice investigations into corporate fraud, and emphasizes the importance of corporate social responsibility in reducing crimes of this nature. Criminal justice students and practitioners should not miss this close look into the world of white-collar crime.



Internal Investigations of Economic Crime

Internal Investigations of Economic Crime Author Petter Gottschalk
ISBN-10 9781627340489
Release 2015-08-18
Pages 320
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Private internal investigations by fraud examiners is a growing business for professional services firms. This book presents evaluations of a number of investigation reports in the United States and Norway. The book discusses self-regulation and regulatory policy. Convenience theory is introduced as an integrated explanation of white-collar crime.



White Collar Crime

White Collar Crime Author Michael L. Benson
ISBN-10 9781351973557
Release 2017-12-22
Pages 276
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White-Collar Crime: An Opportunity Perspective analyzes white-collar crime within a coherent theoretical framework. Using the opportunity perspective, which assumes that all crimes depend on offenders recognizing an opportunity to commit an offense, the authors uncover the processes and situational conditions that facilitate white-collar crimes. In addition, they offer potential solutions to this persistent and widespread social problem without being reductive in their treatment of the difficulties of control. With this third edition, Benson and Simpson have added substantive online teaching materials and expanded their coverage with up-to-date case studies and discussions of recent investigations into white-collar crime and control. These timely updates reaffirm this accessible and rigorous book as a core resource for courses on white-collar crime.



Criminal Investigation

Criminal Investigation Author Kären Hess
ISBN-10 9781435469938
Release 2009-02-23
Pages 720
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Criminal Investigation, 9th Edition is a practical, applied textbook that succinctly yet comprehensively covers the very latest in investigative tools and techniques as well as established investigative procedures. The text stresses practical procedures, techniques, and applications of private and public investigations to provide learners with a solid foundation in criminal investigation. It seamlessly integrates coverage of modern investigative tools alongside discussion of established investigation policies, procedures, and techniques for the law enforcement officer. Coverage has been updated and enhanced for such important topics such as terrorism and homeland security, the `CSI Effect, cybercrime, federal law enforcement investigations, crimes against children, forensics and physical evidence, investigative photography and sketching, identity theft, white-collar crime, ethics, and much more. Criminal Investigation, 9th Edition includes a carefully structured learning system, checklists, and visuals to make learning easy. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.



The Oxford Handbook of White Collar Crime

The Oxford Handbook of White Collar Crime Author Shanna R. Van Slyke
ISBN-10 9780199925520
Release 2016-03-01
Pages 792
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Although white-collar crime has caused a substantial amount of damage on both the individual and societal levels, it often ranks below street crime as a matter of public concern. Thus, white-collar crime remains an ambiguous and even controversial topic among academics, with a relative dearth of scholarly focus on the issue. The Oxford Handbook of White-Collar Crime offers a comprehensive treatment of the most up-to-date theories and research regarding white-collar crime. Contributors tackle a vast range of topics, including the impact of white-collar crime, the contexts in which white-collar crime occurs, current crime policies and debates, and examinations of the criminals themselves. The volume concludes with a set of essays that discuss potential responses for controlling white-collar crime, as well as promising new avenues for future research. Uniting conceptual theories, empirical research, and ethnographic data, the Handbook provides the first unified analytic framework on white-collar crime. Given the astronomical aggregate losses to victims, building a more nuanced understanding of the dynamics of white-collar crime is a topic of immediate social concern. The definitive resource on white-collar crime, this Handbook will be a valuable resource for developing both intellectual and policy-related solutions.



CEOs and White Collar Crime

CEOs and White Collar Crime Author Petter Gottschalk
ISBN-10 9783319559353
Release 2017-05-11
Pages 158
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This book aims to bridge the gap between general CEO research, which is traditionally focused on positive aspects of leadership, and lesser understood research into CEO misconduct and crime. Gottschalk introduces convenience theory as an integrated explanation for CEO involvement in white-collar crime. The chief executive officer is a unique position within an organization in terms of power and influence, role and behavior, compensation and benefits, and conflict and competition. The convenience perspective suggests that motivation (personal and organizational goals), opportunity (offense and concealment in an organizational context), as well as behavior (lack of control and neutralization of guilt) make financial crime a convenient option to avoid threats and to exploit opportunities. A thorough and methodical study, this book will be of special interest to scholars of corporate social responsibility and criminological theory.



Fraud Examiners in White Collar Crime Investigations

Fraud Examiners in White Collar Crime Investigations Author Petter Gottschalk
ISBN-10 9781498760447
Release 2015-09-01
Pages 298
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In Fraud Examiners in White-Collar Crime Investigations, Petter Gottschalk examines and evaluates the investigative processes used to combat white-collar crime. He also presents a general theory regarding the economic, organizational, and behavioral dimensions of its perpetrators. Pool Your Resources for a Successful Investigation Gottschalk emphasizes the importance of collaboration across multiple disciplines including accounting, law, and forensic science in solving each case of suspected white-collar crime. He describes each case as a "puzzle" or "project" consisting of several steps and several participating individuals or organizations. Since so many people participate in an investigation, Gottschalk advises that objectively acquired and communicated information is vital to successful results. Fraud Examiners in White-Collar Crime Investigations approaches case studies from the perspectives of police science and detective work rather than auditing and legal thinking. Gottschalk asserts that "the private detective rather than the firm lawyer" is the more potentially successful fraud examiner. His approach emphasizes the importance of using strategy and practice in yielding results toward solving a case and highlights the use of interviews. He looks at the role of people as significant resources of information to help solve white-collar criminal cases and explains how a well-conducted interview can have a significant impact on the progress of an investigation. Through the analyses theories Gottschalk presents, this book gives you a useful tool for understanding characteristics of white-collar crime and for devising strategies for conducting and evaluating investigations of suspected white-collar crimes.



The Chickenshit Club

The Chickenshit Club Author Jesse Eisinger
ISBN-10 9781501121388
Release 2017-07-11
Pages 400
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Winner of the 2018 Excellence in Financial Journalism Award From Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist Jesse Eisinger, “a fast moving, fly-on-the-wall, disheartening look at the deterioration of the Justice Department and the Securities and Exchange Commission…It is a book of superheroes” (San Francisco Review of Books). Why were no bankers put in prison after the financial crisis of 2008? Why do CEOs seem to commit wrongdoing with impunity? The problem goes beyond banks deemed “Too Big to Fail” to almost every large corporation in America—to pharmaceutical companies and auto manufacturers and beyond. The Chickenshit Club—an inside reference to prosecutors too scared of failure and too daunted by legal impediments to do their jobs—explains why in “an absorbing financial history, a monumental work of journalism…a first-rate study of the federal bureaucracy” (Bloomberg Businessweek). Jesse Eisinger begins the story in the 1970s, when the government pioneered the notion that top corporate executives, not just seedy crooks, could commit heinous crimes and go to prison. He brings us to trading desks on Wall Street, to corporate boardrooms and the offices of prosecutors and FBI agents. These revealing looks provide context for the evolution of the Justice Department’s approach to pursuing corporate criminals through the early 2000s and into the Justice Department of today, including the prosecutorial fiascos, corporate lobbying, trial losses, and culture shifts that have stripped the government of the will and ability to prosecute top corporate executives. “Brave and elegant…a fearless reporter…Eisinger’s important and profound book takes no prisoners” (The Washington Post). Exposing one of the most important scandals of our time, The Chickenshit Club provides a clear, detailed explanation as to how our Justice Department has come to avoid, bungle, and mismanage the fight to bring these alleged criminals to justice. “This book is a wakeup call…a chilling read, and a needed one” (NPR.org).



Capital Offenses Business Crime and Punishment in America s Corporate Age

Capital Offenses  Business Crime and Punishment in America s Corporate Age Author Samuel W. Buell
ISBN-10 9780393247848
Release 2016-08-16
Pages 352
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From the lead prosecutor on the Enron investigation, an eye-opening examination of the explosion of American white-collar crime. If “corporations are people too,” why isn’t anyone in jail? A serious defect in a GM car causes accidents; Enron scams investors out of their money; banks bet on the housing market crash and win. In the race to maximize profits, corporations can behave in ways that are morally outrageous but technically legal. In Capital Offenses, Samuel Buell draws on the unique pairing of his expertise as a Duke University law professor and his personal experience leading the investigation into Enron—the biggest white-collar crime case in U.S. history—to present an in-depth examination of business crime today At the heart of it sits the limited liability corporation, simultaneously the bedrock of American prosperity and the reason that white-collar crime is difficult to prosecute—a brilliant legal innovation that, in its modern form, can seem impossible to regulate or even manage. By shielding employees from legal responsibility, the corporation encourages the risk-taking that drives economic growth. But its special legal status and its ever-expanding scale place daunting barriers in the way of federal and local investigators. Detailing the complex legal frameworks that govern both corporations and the people who carry out their missions, Buell shows that deciphering business crime is rarely black or white. In lucid, thought-provoking prose, he illuminates the depths of the legal issues at stake—delving into fraudulent practices like Ponzi schemes, bad accounting, insider trading, and the art of “loopholing”—showing how every major case and each problem of law further exposes the ambivalence and instability at the core of America’s relationship with its corporations. An expert in criminal law, Buell masterfully examines the limits of too permissive or overzealous prosecution of business crimes. Capital Offenses invites us to take a fresh look at our legal framework and learn how it can be used to effectively discipline corporations for wrongdoing, without dismantling the corporation.