Occupational Crime - Strongsville City Schools

Occupational Crime - Strongsville City Schools

Occupational Crime Four Types of Occupational Crime 1. 2. 3. 4. Organizational State-based Authority

Professionals Individuals Organizational Crime Definition: crimes for the benefit of an employing organization Who Benefits? The employers/the company (macro) Examples: Price Fixing False Product Test Results

Fraud Secrets Theft State-based Authority Crime Definition: crimes committed by govt. officials or employees through the exercise of their power given to them by their job Who Benefits? The offender benefits directly Examples: Senator taking Bribes Police stealing confiscated

goods Mayor get kick-backs Cuyahoga County Corruption Professional Crime Definition: crimes committed by professionals which violate the trust placed in them by their patients/clients/individuals Who Benefits? The offender benefits directly Examples: Sexual assault by dentists while patient is

asleep Teachers sleeping with their students Lawyers billing clients for hours they did not work Doctors/Vets making a false diagnosis Exclusions.. State-based and professional occupational crime excludes the following: criminal acts and offenses committed NOT while

in the course of their job offenses committed that are unrelated to the trust placed in them by an individual, client, or patient Individual Occupational Crime Definition: crimes committed by a worker themselves (unrelated to govt. authority, profession, or organization) Micro! Who Benefits? The individual themselves only Examples:

Employee theft Driving company vehicles while drunk Falsification of expense reports Income tax evasion

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