Tennessee | Narco-Culture
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Tony M. Kail has over twenty four years’ experience in research and training on religion and culture. Tony has conducted fieldwork among numerous Afro-Caribbean religious communities throughout North America and East Africa.
As a former law enforcement officer, Tony has provided training for state and federal agencies including the United States Capitol Police in Washington D.C., United States Army at Ft. Campbell and several state gang task force associations.
He is the author of several books including A Cop’s Guide to Occult Investigations; Magico-Religious Groups and Ritualistic Activities: A Guide for First Responders and Narco Cults: Understanding the Use of Afro-Caribbean and Mexican Religious Cultures in the Drug Wars. Tony's books are listed as suggested reading by the FBI on Narco-Cults.
Tony Kail is a member of the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association and served as an instructor with the Nashville State Technical College Police Sciences Division. Tony Kail has written numerous articles about religious culture and security threat groups for Law and Order magazine, Police Quarterly and The Journal of Counter-terrorism and Homeland Security.