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If any command or supervisory officer has reasonable suspicion to believe an officer is under the influence of any drugs or controlled substance, he shall make a detailed report and submit it to the department drug testing coordinator. What must be included in the report?

Specific, observable facts that the officer may be under the influence of drugs

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When the supervisor requesting the drug test is a sergeant, he notifies his on-duty Lieutenant, writes a detail report requesting drug test, and request who to notify the Department drug testing Coordinator?

Communications unit

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Who has the authority to place an officer on administrative duty because of a reasonable suspicion of being under the influence of drugs?

A lieutenant or above

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As per the collective bargaining agreement, what percentage of officers of all ranks shall be suspectible to mandatory drug testing during each calendar year?

100%

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What percentage of all officers will be randomly selected and drug tested during each year?

25%

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Where will officers selected for drug testing normally be contacted and asked to provide a specimen?

At the location where they work

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Which certified laboratory will conduct the preliminary and the confirmation drug test?

SAMHSA/CAP FUDTP

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Mandatory drug test shall be conducted to detect the presence of what in urine specimens?
Name 5

1) marijuana
2) cocaine
3) opiates
4) amphetamine
5) phencyclidine (hallucinogenic drug used in angel dust)

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Mandatory drug test shall consist of a two-step procedure. What are those two steps?

1) initial drug screening test
2) confirmation drug screening test

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When taking an initial drug screening test how long will the officer be permitted to provide the sample? During which time the officer will remain in the testing area under observation by the company representative in a restroom that is private and secure

Four hours

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And initial positive drug test result will not be considered conclusive: rather, it will be classified as?

Confirmation pending

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If an officer receivesA notification to perform a drug test, he may at his own expense request to have the drug test administered at an approved physician's office provided the test is administered within -------after notification by the chief.

Five hours

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Officers have the right to request their urine sample be stored in case of legal disputes. How long will the sample be maintained?

One year from the date the officer provided the urine sample

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Who will conduct a post test interview on any officer who has tested positive and the results confirmed on a drug test?

A medical review Officer from the company

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To make sure that the drug test results and records remain confidential how shall they be stored?

In a locked file under the control of the Chief

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Who maintains the right to determine the duty status, pending disciplinary action, of any officer refusing to provide a specimen or of any officer having confirmed positive drug test results?

The chief of police

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When the department drug testing coordinator is unavailable who will be designated to temporarily fill that position?

The Chief's assistant executive officer

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.04 REASONABLE SUSPICION DRUG TESTS
B. Notification during weekends, holidays, and between the hours of 1630 and 0745:
b. When the supervisor requesting the Reasonable Suspicion Drug Test is ________or above, or a
Lieutenant responds to the scene at the request of a Sergeant after assessing the situation, he shall with the
concurrence from the ______:
1.) Place the officer an _______;
2.) Write a _______requesting a mandatory drug test be conducted on said officer; and
3.) Request the _______to notify the Department Drug Testing Coordinator.

a Lieutenant
ranking on duty commander

1) administrative duty
2) detailed report
3) Communications Unit

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.04 REASONABLE SUSPICION DRUG TESTS
D. The Chief of Police shall have the discretionary authority, based on ______, to order an officer to submit to a mandatory drug test. (Command notification will begin after the _______.)

reasonable suspicion
Chief has given the order for a Reasonable Suspicion Drug Test

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.04 REASONABLE SUSPICION DRUG TESTS
C. The Department Drug Testing Coordinator will then brief the ______and a decision will be made whether or not to order the requested drug test. The reasonable suspicion must be based on specific, observable facts that an officer may be under the influence on drugs.

Chief of Police

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.09 INITIAL DRUG SCREENING TEST PROCEDURE
C. When there is a reason to believe an officer may have altered or substituted a urine specimen to be provided, a
_______shall be obtained under the direct observation of the ______.

second urine specimen

Company representative

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.09 INITIAL DRUG SCREENING TEST PROCEDURE
B. Officers will be required to provide a minimum of ______ of urine to be tested. The urine will be
separated into two (2) samples, ________(“A” bottle) and _______(“B” bottle).

45 milliliters (ml)

one 30 ml sample

one 15 ml sample

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.09 INITIAL DRUG SCREENING TEST PROCEDURE
F. The five (5) drugs to be screened and the test cutoff levels in nanogram/milliliter are as follows:
Drugs Cutoff Levels
1. Marijuana metabolite ____ ng/ml
2. Cocaine metabolite ___ng/ml
3. Opiate metabolite _____ng/ml
4. Phencyclidine ____ng/ml
5. Amphetamines _____ng/ml

1. Marijuana metabolite 50 ng/ml
2. Cocaine metabolite 300 ng/ml
3. Opiate metabolite 2,000 ng/ml
4. Phencyclidine 25 ng/ml
5. Amphetamines 1,000 ng/ml

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.10 CONFIRMATION DRUG TEST PROCEDURE
A. The ____sample of the officer’s urine will be used to conduct the initial drug screening test and if necessary; a
confirmation drug test. The _____sample of the officer’s urine will be stored in case of legal disputes.

30 ml

15 ml

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.10 CONFIRMATION DRUG TEST PROCEDURE
D. The five (5) drugs to be screened and the test cutoff levels in nanogram/milliliter for the confirmation drug test are
as follows:
Drugs Cutoff Levels
1. Marijuana metabolite __ng/ml
2. Cocaine metabolite __ng/ml
3. Opiates:
a. Morphine ___ng/ml
b. Codeine ____ng/ml
c. 6-Acetylmorphine ___ng/ml
4. Phencyclidine ___ng/ml
5. Amphetamines:
a. Amphetamines ____ng/ml
b. Methamphetamine _____ng/ml

1. Marijuana metabolite 15 ng/ml
2. Cocaine metabolite 150 ng/ml
3. Opiates:
a. Morphine 2,000 ng/ml
b. Codeine 2,000 ng/ml
c. 6-Acetylmorphine 10 ng/ml
4. Phencyclidine 25 ng/ml
5. Amphetamines:
a. Amphetamines 500 ng/ml
b. Methamphetamine 500 ng/ml