• Natasa Doneva Ugd Faculty of law


The crime is rooted in every society, a shadow that casts a dark spot on every historical record, a companion to every authority, an integral part of organized groups ... Crime is like a source that will never dry out of water, that means no matter how much these problematic is being observed, still the flood of new modus operandi, new techniques will never end. It is like an inspiration for numerous films with bloody themes, as a muse of millions of circulations for dark books. Crime manifests so many things, everything, not just an obvious motive to end the scenario that causes it. Or maybe a wide range of different profiles benefit from the rapid growth of crime? Perhaps not only individuals but also large co-operatives are either branded, or pioneers in global politics, or are they part of its creators? So many questions are caused by this issue, and so few answers are worthy of standing with the challenge of preventing corruption and eliminating the harmful consequences caused by it. Тhe intention of this paper is to cover the newer, more recent forms of crime or otherwise the old criminal activities dressed in new clothes, with a new label acquired, and a new name. Namely, within the framework of unconventional crime, there are, among other things, forms of crime classified as crime of white, blue, pink collar, red crime and of course (un) exposed green crime. What do these colors mean, why exactly the color is that it relates to some kind of crime, what is symbolism, what is the meaning, what are the methods of prevention, whether these methods are enough to match the enormous harm caused by these classes of crime ... These and many other issues will be addressed in this paper in order to capture the structure of crime, its evolution, covering

Key words: incriminations, unconventional crime .