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As a consequence of lack of knowledge on methods of fraud prevention, many public and private institutions in this country have been plagued by a myriad of otherwise simply executed fraudulent transactions with the result that there are now many persons who have unjustly enriched themselves and have escaped scot free, leaving a trail of financially shaky and collapsing institutions in their wake.
NCRWCC conducts research and training in white collar crime in partnership with distinguished research institutions wordlwide in government & procurement fraud, human trafficking, anti-trust violations, computer/internet fraud, credit card fraud, telephone/telemarketing fraud, bankruptcy fraud, healthcare fraud, environmental violations, insurance fraud, mail/postal fraud, tax fraud, financial fraud, securities fraud, insider trading, bribery,kickbacks, counterfeiting, corruption, money laundering, embezzlement, economic espionage and trade secret theft. NCRWCC also offers services such as employee background checks, assessment of structures of an organisation to determine vulnerability to fraud etc. See full range of services .
If you would like further information on white collar crime, or if your organisation is interested in receiving training on how to detect, deal with and prevent fraud, we would be happy to hear from you..
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What is White Collar Crime?
White collar crime violations are those violations of law to which penalties are attached that involve the use of a violator's position of economic power, influence or trust in the legitimate economic or political institutional order for the purpose of illegal gain, or to commit an illegal act for personal or organisational gain.
- Albert J. Reiss, Jr., and Albert Biderman
Data Sources on White-Collar-Law-Breaking (Washington, DC: National Institute of Justice, U.S. Department of Justice, 1980)
Last Revised:01/03/2007
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We welcome Professor McKinney (pictured above),Professor of Law at Case Western Reserve University in the United States as Special Advisor to the organisation. The Centre has on 1st March 2006 received resource material from the US Department of Justice through the US Ambassador to Kenya HE William Bellamy.
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