Victims of white-collar crime
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Victims of white-collar crime is a form of victimization often seen to involve a very different set of relationships between offenders and victims, as there is less obvious direct harm or blood on the streets. It appears less personal as immediate victims are often employers, banks, tax authorities, customers or other shareholders. Based on a national sample of 323 convicted white-collar criminals, criminals are classified into categories depending on victims of crime. The largest group is found for employers as victims. The most severe jail sentences are found for banks as victims.
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