National White-Collar Crime Center

IN 1980, LAW enforcement agencies from several states banded together to shutdown criminal operations such as heavy equipment theft, money laundering, and related white-collar criminal activities. Members of the Leviticus Project Associations realized the advantages and benefits of sharing information and pooling investigative resources. They expanded their mission to include investigations of the oil and natural gas industries and the precious metals industry. Desiring to extend the benefits to local and state criminal justice agencies nationwide, the Leviticus Project gave birth to the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) in 1992.

According to their public relations, the center's mission is to “provide a nationwide support system for agencies involved in the prevention, investigation, and prosecution of economic and high-tech crimes and to support and partner ...

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