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FOREWORD AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

This Operational Guide is one of a series developed by the National Center on White-Collar Crime as part of the Center's program of support services to agencies engaged in the prevention, detection, investigation, and prosecution of white-collar crime and related abuses. These Operational Guides are intended for use in actual law enforcement operations, as well as training, on the theory that the best training materials are those which most respond to the dayto-day needs of users who regularly practice their skills. This series evolved parallel with, and as a part of the Center's preparation of a curriculum for training in the field of white-collar crime enforcement.

Special mention should be made of the support and encouragement of James O. Golden, Director of the Criminal Conspiracies Division of the Office of Criminal Justice Programs, Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, and of Mr. Jay Marshall who is our L.E.A.A. Project Monitor. Last, we gratefully acknowledge the invaluable support of members of the Battelle Law and Justice Study Center staff, and particularly that of Cheryl Osborn who typed our manuscripts, kept our files, and did all those things without which this series could not have been created.

Herbert Edelhertz
Project Director
National Center on White-

Collar Crime

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Washington, D.C. 20402
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OPERATIONAL GUIDE TO WHITE-COLLAR CRIME ENFORCEMENT

THE NATIONAL CENTER ON WHITE-COLLAR CRIME

Herbert Edelhertz, Project Director
Clifford Karchmer, Director of Training

and Operations

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Richard A. Nossen

Consultant
Richmond, Virginia

Project Monitors:

James O. Golden, Director
Criminal Conspiracies Division
Office of Criminal Justice Programs

Jay Marshall
Criminal Conspiracies Division
Office of Criminal Justice Programs

This project was supported by Grant Number 77-TA-99-0008
awarded to the Battelle Memorial Institute Law and
Justice Study Center by the Law Enforcement Assistance
Administration, U.S. Department of Justice, under the
Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968, as
amended. Points of view or opinions stated in this
document are those of the authors and do not necessarily
represent the official position or policies of the U.S.
Department of Justice.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Richard A. Nossen is a private consultant with offices located in Richmond, Virginia. Mr. Nossen specializes in criminal justice and white-collar crime investigative techniques, and is currently evaluating the effectiveness of the Florida State Securities Fraud Section, Identification Unit. Last year Mr. Nossen developed and directed a oneweek Financial Investigative Technique School for state and local law enforcement officers, sponsored jointly by L.E.A.A. and IRS. In 1975 he served as Coordinator of the National Conference on Organized Crime, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Justice. Prior to private consulting, Mr. Nossen served for 24 years with the IRS Intelligence Division in investigative and major supervisory positions. Mr. Nossen is a lecturer and author of several articles on organized crime control and financial investigative transactions.

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