Mon, Apr 24|
Stetson Hills Division
MCTC Mexican Cartels and Culture
The course is designed to increase the student’s knowledge and awareness of Mexican Cartel influence and their trafficking activities. Instructor: Robert Almonte *No Lodging/Per Diem*
Time & Location
Apr 24, 8:00 AM – Apr 26, 5:00 PM
Stetson Hills Division, 4110 Tutt Blvd, Colorado Springs, CO 80922, USA
This course is restricted to US military law enforcement personnel along with other local, state, and federal civilian law enforcement employees to include criminal analysts, and corrections officers.
There is no cost to attend this training.
The course is designed to increase the student’s knowledge and awareness of Mexican Cartel influence and their trafficking activities. Students learn the history of cartels in a past-to-present manner. Students gain a better understanding of how and where cartels operate and whom they partner with to carry out illicit activities. In addition, the course details the culture surrounding cartels and their associates to include music and spiritual influences.
-History of cartels
-Territory of Cartels
-Associated criminal elements (gangs) in Central and North America
-Political influence of cartels
-Criminal enterprises of cartels
-Narcocorridos (Music of the Cartels)
-Brujas (Witches) and Curanderos (Healers)
-Spiritual and religious influences
Mexican Cartels and Culture is a 2.5 day (20 hour) course.
There are no prerequisites to attend this course.