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What is the difference between occupational crime and organizational crime?
June 15, 2009 3:12PM
Another answer could be this one: "By organizational culture rather than the offender or offense which overlaps with organized crime. Appelbaum and Chambliss (1997, 117) offer a twofold definition: Occupational crime which occurs when crimes are committed to promote personal interests, say, by altering records and overcharging, or by the cheating of clients by professionals. Organizational or corporate crime which occurs when corporate executives commit criminal acts to benefit their company by overcharging or price fixing, false advertising, etc."
occupational crime is a crime that is like a job that you do
organizational crime is a crime that is organized and not a random murder, it has been planned