- Introduction to White Collar Crime
- Scale & Impact of White Collar Crime
- Theories of white collar crime
- Government & Globalisation Crime
- Organised Crime
- Corporate & Occupational Crime
- Fraud and Cybercrime
- Regulatory Theory (Part 1)
- Regulatory Theory (Part 2)
- Enforcement of Regulation
- Self-regulation and Compliance
- Applying Regulation, Compliance, and Enforcement
- Disscusion forum/Discussion Board
- Podcasting/Leacture capture
- Web links
- Printable format materials
- Online Assessment
Student who have completed 3011CCJ Regulation and White Collar Crime or CCJ31 Regulation and White Collar Crime cannot enrol in this subject.
No special requirements
This subject was previously known as CCJ31.
This subject introduces students to the broad concept of white collar crime, examining in detail some of the most harmful categories of this type of offending. In addition to providing students with an understanding of the definition, scope and impact of this type of crime the degree focuses on explaining and preventing white collar crime. Drawing upon psychological, sociological, organisational and integrated theories of offending and victimisation, students will develop a conceptual framework for understanding how and why white collar crimes occur and its impact. Recognising, in addition to police, the pivotal role of regulatory agencies who are largely responsible for detecting and preventing white collar crime, students will examine the regulatory agency system, their role within the broader criminal justice system and the theoretical basis for how they operate. Incompatible: 3011CCJ Regulation and White Collar Crime; CCJ31 Regulation and White Collar Crime.
- Online Quiz (10%)
- Invigilated Exam (45%)
- Case Study (45%)