White collar crime

White collar crime,

Definition of White collar crime:

  1. Cheating, fraud, and commercial offences committed by administrative or managerial employees, business persons, professionals, or public officials.

  2. A crime, especially a non-violent, financial crime, committed by a white-collar worker, typically involving the abuse of his or her professional status or expertise; (as a mass noun) crime of this type.

Meaning of White collar crime & White collar crime Definition