Economic Offences

01/09/2024

Economic offences are defined as any act that causes financial loss to the government or public. This could include but isn’t limited to tax evasion, money laundering, fraud, bribery, corruption, theft, counterfeiting, smuggling, illegal gambling, etc.

Law enforcement agencies are responsible for enforcing economic offences laws. They do this through investigations, surveillance, undercover operations, etc.

There are many different types of economic offences including but not limited to: Tax evasion, money laundering, fraudulent activities, counterfeiting, smuggling and other similar crimes. An individual can be charged with economic offences if they commit them knowingly and intentionally.

If convicted of economic offences, individuals may face fines, imprisonment, and/or community service.

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