Attempts to respond to crime largely rely on governments to create new laws and agents of social control to enforce them. This, however, is generally not the case when it comes to ‘non-conventional’ crime, including white collar crimes committed by members of the professions (e.g., in the health sector and law enforcement), which are often characterized by self-regulation. This session includes presentations that discuss contemporary and alternative individual, organizational, and policy responses to crime and professional deviance.
Session Organizer: Andreas Tomaszewski, Mount Royal University, ATomaszewski@mtroyal.ca
Session Code: Crim 5