Tuesday, March 14, 2006
The Center for the Study of Economic Crimes, a collaborative project of Florida State College of Criminology & Criminal Justice and St. Thomas University School of Law, is holding a conference starting this coming Friday (3/17) titled, ECONOMIC CRIME IN THE 21 ST CENTURY: EMERGING TRENDS IN CONSUMER FRAUD AND STRATEGIES FOR ENFORCEMENT. (see here)
"This conference brings together a cross-section of government, law enforcement, and corporate leaders to discuss key issues in economic crime including disaster-related white-collar crime, healthcare fraud and internet crime, as well as the latest strategies for detection, enforcement, and prevention."
The speakers are: http://www.stu.edu/speakers-article-2050.html
(esp)(co-bloggers Peter Henning and I will be speaking at this event.)