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White Collar Crime Prosecutions Up 8.5 % from Last Month

A short digression from money laundering news to reference a recent post on the White Collar Crime Prof blog highlighting statistics that showed an 8.5% increase in the number of white collar crime cases being prosecuted in May 2006 as compared with April 2006. Bank fraud continues to be the number one charge being used.

White collar crime prosecution statistics are monitored by the Syracuse University TracReports, which summarize the government's recent efforts when it comes to combating white collar crime -- the number of such cases, the investigative agencies involved, the laws cited, the busiest federal districts and the busiest federal judges.


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