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To help the concept of work-related crime, occupational... ... middle of paper ... ...al crime. Corporate crime and white-collar crime can be controlled by laws and legislation passed by the federal and the state government. Political reform, structural reform, enforcement reform, and ethical reform are areas of reform believed to address white-collar crime. Organized crimes are groups of people who commit illegal activities. White-collar crimes and organized crimes differ in the way they are prosecuted, how they are hidden from the public, and if the crime involves violence.