Policing financial crime – according to Pickett and Pickett (2002) – is concerned with whistle blowing and detection, roles of shareholders and main Board and CEOs and senior executives, investigations and forensics. Policing financial crime – according to Levi (2007) – is concerned with the organization of policing deception, the contexts of police undercover work, covert investigations of white-collar crime, prosecution and relationship to policing fraud. Covert activity is restricted mainly to the informal obtaining of financial information or the official obtaining of information about suspected bank accounts without the knowledge of the account holder.