White Collar Crime Reporting
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Programs that provide a hotline or other mechanisms that the public can use to report, usually anonymously, non-violent violations of the law committed by individuals in the pursuit of their regular occupational activities that generally involve duplicity in financial dealing, fraud or embezzlement. Other examples of white collar crime include commercial bribery, computer crime, racketeering, anti-trust violations, price-fixing, stock manipulation and insider trading.
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