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During normal business hours (0745-1630, Mon-Fri) any command or supervisory officer who has reasonable suspicion to believe an officer is under the influence of a drug or controlled substance shall, with the concurrence from the ranking on duty commander, place the officer on administrative duty, write a detailed report requesting a mandatory drug test be conducted on said officer, and contact the _________in the Office of the Chief.

a. Internal Affairs Unit
b. Department Mandatory Drug Testing Coordinator
c. Chief of Police
d. Intelligence Unit

b. Department Mandatory Drug Testing Coordinator

2

The _______ shall have the discretionary authority, based on reasonable suspicion, to order an officer to submit to a mandatory drug test.

a. Internal Affairs Unit
b. Drug Test Coordinator
c. Chief of Police
d. Intelligence Unit

c. Chief of Police

3

As per the Collective Bargaining Agreement, ______ of all officers of all ranks shall be susceptible to mandatory drug testing during each calendar year on a fair and impartial statistical basis at the City’s expense.

a. one hundred percent (100%)
b. seventy-five percent (75%)
c. fifty percent (50%)
d. twenty-five percent (25%)

a. one hundred percent (100%)

4

A __________ will notify officers selected for mandatory drug testing in accordance with Section .06

a. Sergeant
b. Lieutenant
c. Drug Testing Coordinator
d. Supervisory Officer

d. Supervisory Officer

5

The supervisory officer will have the officer selected for mandatory drug testing sign a written order by the ___________, acknowledging the officer has been ordered to provide a urine specimen for testing.

a. Chief of Police
b. Lieutenant
c. Sergeant
d. Supervisory Officer

a. Chief of Police

6

Both the preliminary and the confirmation test will be performed at a _______ certified laboratory.

a. SAMSHELTER/CAP

b. SAMHSA/CAP FUDTP / College of American Pathologist (CAP) Forensic Urine Drug Testing Program (FUDTP)

c. SAN ANTONTO DRUGS

d. WALGREENS

b. SAMHSA/CAP FUDTP / College of American Pathologist (CAP) Forensic Urine Drug Testing Program (FUDTP)

7

The officer shall be permitted no more than _______ to provide the sample.
a. 24 hours
b. 12 hours
c. 8 hours
d. 4 hours

d. 4 hours

8

Officers will be required to provide a minimum of _______of urine to be tested.

a. 20 milliliters (ml)
b. 45 milliliters (ml)
c. 220 milliliters (ml)
d. 4 liters

b. 45 milliliters (ml)

9

An initial non-negative test result will not be considered conclusive; rather, it will be classified as “___________”.

a. Probable Drug Test

b. “ Pending Confirmation “

c. Positive Test

d. “ Confirmation Pending “

b. “ Pending Confirmation “

10

Officers may, at their 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. The Company Representative will accompany the officer.

a. 12 hours
b. 8 hours
c. 5 hours
d. 2 hours

c. 5 hour

11

Officers have the right to request their urine sample be stored in case of legal disputes. If the officer requests, the urine sample will be submitted to the designated testing facility where the sample will be maintained for a period of ______from the date the officer provided the urine sample.

a. 30 days
b. 180 days
c. 1 year
d. 2 years

c. 1 year

12

Should a confirmation test be appropriate as result to a non-negative initial drug-screening test, the confirmation test procedure will be technologically different and more sensitive than the initial drug screening test. A _________ drug-screening test will be conducted on each drug test by the SAMHSA/CAP FUDTP certified laboratory selected to conduct the drug test.

a. two-(2) panel
b. two-(2) part
c. five-(5) panel
d. five-(5) part

c. five-(5) panel

13

All original copies of mandatory drug test results and records shall be submitted to the __________in a sealed envelope by the Company.

a. Internal Affairs Unit
b. Chief of Police
c. Intelligence Unit
d. Division Commander

b. Chief of Police

14

Drug tests results and records shall be stored in a locked file under the control of the _____.

a. Internal Affairs Unit
b. Chief
c. Intelligence Unit
d. Division Commander

b. Chief

15

Based on authorized manpower levels as of January 1st of each year, _____ of all officers will be randomly selected and tested during each year.

a. one-hundred (100%)
b. fifty (50%)
c. twenty-five (25%)
d. None of the above

c. twenty-five (25%)

16

The identification numbers _________of the officers selected on a monthly basis by the independent firm (hereafter referred to as the “Company”) will be provided to the Mandatory Drug Testing Coordinator.

a. Badge number
b. PIN
c. (SAP numbers)
d. Hire date

c. (SAP numbers)

17

A post- test interview shall be conducted by a ______ from the Company on any officer who has a confirmed positive test result.

a. The Drug Test Coordinator
b. A Nurse
c. Doctor
d. Medical Review Officer

d. Medical Review Officer

18

When an officer is notified by a supervisory officer he has been selected for a mandatory drug test, the officer will cooperate fully with supervisors and representatives of the Company and provide a urine specimen. During this maximum ______ hour period, officers will remain in the testing area under observation by the Company representative.

a. one (1)
b. two (2)
c. three (3)
d. four (4)

d. four (4)

19

When there is a reason to believe an officer may have altered or substituted a urine specimen to be provided, a second urine specimen shall be obtained under the direct observation of the _________.

a. Supervisory officer
b. Drug test coordinator
c. Company representative
d. Immediate supervisory officer

c. Company representative

20

When an officer is notified by a supervisory officer that the officer has been selected for a mandatory drug test, the officer will cooperate fully with supervisors and representatives of the Company and provide a urine specimen. Officers will be required to provide a minimum of:

a. 15 milliliters (ml) of urine to be tested

b. 30 milliliters (ml) of urine to be tested

c. 45 milliliters (ml) of urine to be tested

d. 60 milliliters (ml) of urine to be tested

c. 45 milliliters (ml) of urine to be tested