General Criminological Theory Of White Collar Crime

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This book review is about general criminological theory of crimes committed by white collar criminals. This assessment provides a deeper look into white collar offenses and place them in a pecking order in which they occurred, it also illustrated the findings about the detection and enforcement of laws pertaining to white collar crimes and the criminals who commit them. Plus the book places a little more emphasis on the inequality and sentencing issues when prosecuting street crimes vs. white collar crimes. This helps individuals to understand what they are up against if and when they become victims of white collar predators. The text calls into question that the criminals who engage in white collar crimes are totally different from common