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
Crime is crime, but criminology is the study of crime.
a criminal is a person who does crime, crime= something illegal.
Mostly a difference in terminology. They mean essentially the same.
your crime rate is the percentage of the crime, and the volume is the number of crimes
Essentially there is NO DIFFERENCE.
the difeerent between crimes and morals
The difference exists only in the definition.
the difference is a crime is a unlawful act punishable by conviction in court; a violation is breaking a law code
Is street crime more serious than white-coller crime Yes and no answer
any type of crime
Contrepreneurial crime in some aspects is a true hybrid of elements of classic professional crime and occupational white collar crime.
It makes no difference as to the occupational status of the victim. Premeditated murder is Homicide regardless of who it is committed against.
Infamous means well-publicized. A capital crime is one punishable by the death penalty.
If it is a good thing, it's the difference between an idea and an act. If it's a bad thing, it's the difference between a sin and a crime.
Robbery is a crime against PERSON. Burglary is a crime against PROPERTY.
how much money is involved.
the investigator actually looks at the crime and takes pictures to bring back to the analyst to figure out what everything was in the crime scene
A crime scene investigator analyzes evidence from a crime scene. A detective does show up to the crime scene. They just cant touch evidence.
A crime is a crime no matter WHAT the age of the person committing it. The only difference between juvenile offenders and adult offenders, is in how they are handled by the court.
There are those doctors who practice "Criminal Psychology" but to my knowledge there is no such occupational field as a "Crime Scene" Psychologist.
They are the same.
Crime prevention is proactive and is defined as all programmes or initiatives implemented to reduce the impact of crime. Crime control is more reactive and is defined as the controlling of specific crime events that have already occurred.
An acquittal is to be found not guilty of a crime. In court, a defendant is found either "guilty" or "not guilty." One is not found to be "innocent of a crime."
Danforth is a judge in the novel The Crucible, which depicts the Salem witch trials. He says that the difference between witchcraft and ordinary crime is that a person accused of witchcraft cannot defend themselves by calling witnesses.