March 14, 2021

Kelly Paxton on Pink Collar Crime under COVID

Kelly Paxton on Pink Collar Crime under COVID

How has COVID facilitated Pink Collar Crime?

That's what my guest on this episode, Kelly Paxton, is here to explain. This is her second appearance on the show (you'll find the first here...


How has COVID facilitated Pink Collar Crime?

That's what my guest on this episode, Kelly Paxton, is here to explain. This is her second appearance on the show (you'll find the first here 👉https://www.podpage.com/the-human-risk-podcast/kelly-paxton-on-pink-collar-crime/).

If you missed that, then you may be wondering what Pink Collar Crime is. The answer is that its a form of Human Risk that Kelly specialises in helping people to avoid and resolve. More specifically, Pink Collar Crime are embezzlement-type crimes like bookkeeping fraud that have historically been perpetrated more by women than men. That, of course, isn’t because men don’t commit this type of crime. But rather because there are more women doing the types of role that permit it. As Kelly emphasises on the show, men are just as capable of committing pink collar crime as women.

In our discussion, we explore how COVID has made Pink Collar Crime more prevalent and what the warning signs are. We also talk about her new book and podcast and hear some of the stories about Pink Collar Crime incidents she's investigated.

As ever with Kelly, it's gripping and highly informative content, presented with her customary sense of humour.

To find out more about Kelly, Pink Collar Crime and her podcast, visit her website: https://kellypaxton.com/

You can read about her new book here: https://pinkcollarcrime.com/new-book-1