Welcome to the Division of White-Collar and Corporate Crime of the American Society of Criminology. The Division seeks to advance theory, knowledge and practice in the United States and globally through rigorous qualitative and quantitative research and evaluation on all forms of white-collar and corporate crime. Recognizing the fundamental importance of enforcement and prevention for reducing social harm, promoting social legitimacy, protecting civil liberties, and enhancing public safety, the Division is committed to advancing the science of white-collar and corporate criminology, interrogating the role of state power, testing innovation in the field, and promoting excellence in practice through translational and transnational activities. The Division seeks to achieve these goals by facilitating dialogue and building partnerships among white-collar/corporate crime scholars, practitioners, policy makers, activists, community leaders, and students. Please join the Division ($20, $10 for students) by completing the ASC membership form and indicating that you wish to join the Division as well. Current ASC members can join the Division when they renew their annual ASC membership. A regular membership in the DWCC comes with a digital copy of the Journal of White Collar and Corporate Crime. Sage will also provide a print subscription to the Journal at a charge of $20 per year for those members that indicate so on the form when they join the Division and/or pay their annual dues.