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APPENDIX IV

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TEXAS

LETTER INDICATES
N - NORTHERN
S - SOUTHERN
C - CENTRAL
E-EASTERN
W - WESTERN
M-MIDOLE

LIST OF FIRST 7 ECE UNITS

OTHER EXISTING ECE UNITS 12 PROPOSED ECE UNITS 1. PORTLAND, OREGON

8. ATLANTA, GEORGIA

19. WICHITA, KANSAS 2. PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA 9. BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 20. SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA 3. DENVER, COLORADO

10. BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS

21. KANSAS CITY OR 4. NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT 11. DALLAS, TEXAS

ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI 5. COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA 12. HOUSTON, TEXAS

22. MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA 6. CLEVELAND/TOLEDO, OHIO 13. DETROIT, MICHIGAN

23. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 7. LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 14. PHOENIX, ARIZONIA

24. MIAMI/TAMPA, FLORIDA 15. PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA 25. WASHINGTON, D.C. 16. SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 26. NEW YORK, NEW YORK 17. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE

27. BROOKLYN, NEW YORK 28. NEWARK, NEW JERSEY 29. BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 30. ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA

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APPENDIX V RELATIONSHIP OF THE ECE PROGRAM OBJECTIVES TO THE OBSTACLES TO EFFECTIVE CONTROL OF

WHITE-COLLAR CRIME, AND THE GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES AT THE NATIONAL AND DISTRICT LEVELS
OBSTACLE TO THE

PROBLEMS WHICH NEEDS THAT PROGRAM OBJECTIVES NATIONAL RESPON- DISTRICT RESPON-
EFFECTIVE CONTROL OF ARISE FROM THE ARISE FROM THE DESIGNED TO SIBILITY FOR MEET- SIBILITY FOR
WHITE-COLLAR CRIME

OBSTACLES

PROBLEMS ADDRESS THE NEEDS ING OBJECTIVES MEETING OBJECTIVES
(Chapter 1)
(Chapter 1). (Chapter 1) (Chapter 1) (Chapter 11)

(CHAPTER 111)

PREVENTION, DE TEC-
• THE NATURE OF WHITE-

TION, INVESTIGATION
COLLAR CRIME (WCC):

AND PROSECUTION
diversity of term, Tack of under- to delineate to develop an in- compile reports

district quarnumerous crimes standing as to the scope of formation system received

terly, monthly
what's being problem
oto set national oset national

reports
covered

and district
priorities

oset district
priorities

priorities
often involves

difficult to 'to develop to develop infor- compile reports, prepare reports
complex and/or

detect

better methods mation system to distribute the on ECE unit sophisticated difficult to to detect, in- relay effective ECE Bulletin

activities schemes

investigate vestigate, and methods and develop training establish commundifficult to prosecute

provide training information and ication with prosecute

oto develop oto collect and locate sources of other Specialists evidence can be new prosecutive disseminate case training

and OECE massive or dif- approaches information re

provide seminars ficult to un- 'to increase flecting success

for investigators
derstand
resources and ful prosecutive

and AUSAS
difficult to efficiency approaches to WCC
convict

oto train prosecu-
otime-consuming

tors and investito investigate

gators in areas and prosecute

of WCC

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o often done thru
concealment or
deception; takes
time to uncover

°difficult to

detect
victim may be
unaware that
he is a victim
°may lose docu-
mentary or
testimonial
evidence
may be barred
by statute of
limitations

°to increase
victims
awareness
'to develop
better detec-
tion methods
so violations
will be found
early

oto educate inter- ocollect and/or speak to various
est groups on develop informa-

interest groups
detection and tion for interest collect and dis-
prevention of WCC groups

seminate informa-
'to develop new collect and de- tion concerning the
sources of
velop new methods

detection and pre-
leads thru busi- of detecting

vention of WCC
nesses and the criminal activi-
public and to ties and dis-
train investiga- seminate informa-
tors in new tech- tion
niques of detec-
tion

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OBSTACLE TO THE
EFFECTIVE CONTROL OF
WHITE-COLLAR CRIME

(Chapter 1).

PROBLEMS WHICH
ARISE FROM THE

OBSTACLES
(Chapter 1).

DISTRICT RESPON

SIBILITY FOR
MEETING OBJECTIVES

(CHAPTER III)

unwillingness to report crimes

lack of leads or information necessary for investigation or prosecution

NEEDS THAT PROGRAM OBJECTIVES MTIONAL RESPON-
ARISE FROM THE DESIGNED TO SIBILITY FOR MEET-

PROBLEMS ADDRESS THE NEEDS ING OBJECTIVES
(Chapter 1) (Chapter 1) (Chapter 11)
'to change atti-1 °to identify weak-°identify common
tude thru
nesses or defici-

program deficien-
better under- encies in opera- cies and develop
standing

tions and show corrective action
how to correct
them

'identify specific program or operational flaws for managers

[blocks in formation]

"incomplete or poor quality

oto provide training for investigators, and provide information on specific white-collar crime topics

overlapping respon-
sibilities among
the agencies in-
vestigating white-
collar crime

duplication of

effort
oworking at

cross-purposes
°jurisdictional
jealousies and
lack of com-
munication

'to coordinate
efforts, thru
cooperation
and communica-
tion

oto coordinate
and consolidate
agencies' efforts
and maximize
utilization of
expertise
oto establish an
information base

°maintain liaison
with national
offices for
investigative
agencies

maintain liaison
with agencies
and coordinate
case specific
efforts

lack of the neces-
sary experience and
skill or expertise

cases

'to provide agents publish informa

with training tion on cases
°to increase

which success-
agents awareness fully utilized
of other agen: various expertise
cies' expertise or investigative

techniques

present seminars encourage interaction between agencies

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