The Norfolk District Attorney's Office has a team assigned to prosecute "white collar" or financial crimes. Typically, these are cases where money or property has been taken not by force, but by fraud or deception. The Norfolk District Attorney's office has successfully prosecuted a wide range of financial crimes, including cases involving bank embezzlement, employee theft, forgery, caregiver theft, phone services fraud, and misuse of credit cards. In addition, the White Collar Crimes Unit has investigated a number of Internet-related threats and abuse cases. Working with trained Massachusetts State Police investigators, as well as detectives from local police departments, the White Collar Crimes Unit continues to prosecute a wide variety of cases throughout Norfolk County. If you feel you or your business have been the victim of a financial crime, please contact the Norfolk District Attorney's Office for more information.