occupational crime | Definition

Doc's CJ Glossary by Adam J. McKee
Course: Introduction

Occupational crime refers to illegal or unethical activities that are committed by individuals within the course of their employment or business operations.

This can include a wide range of activities such as embezzlement, insider trading, fraud, theft, and corruption.

Occupational crime can be committed by individuals in a variety of roles, including employees, managers, executives, and even entire organizations. These types of crimes can have serious consequences, both for the individuals involved and for the broader society.

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Last Modified: 03/10/2023


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