White Collar Crime

GUESTS: BILL MCDONALD *Enforcement Director, California Department of Corporations *Member of the North American Securities Administrators Associations (Washington, DC) STUART HENRY *Director of the Interdisciplinary Studies Program *Associate Dean of the College of Lifelong Learning at Wayne State University, specializing in Sociology and Criminology Discussions of crime tend to revolve around fears of violence, but for most people, financial crimes pose a much more direct threat. One quarter of American households were victimized in some way last year, in crimes ranging from credit card scams to bogus real estate deals. Most financial crimes never get reported, compounding the problem. Join Michael Krasny and guests for a look at trends in white collar crime, and what YOU should watch out for, on the next Talk of the Nation, from NPR News.

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