The Random Drug Testing Program is used by the U.S. Probation Office to monitor whether
offenders or defendants have used illicit drugs in violation of the orders of the Court. Persons
assigned to the program have been determined to be at risk of engaging in illicit drug use and have
been ordered by the Court to participate in drug testing.
Drug tests are collected randomly each month during regular business hours at a designated
collection site. Participants are given advance notice to report to the designated collection site for
testing. Failure to report as directed to the collection site during the site’s regular business hours
will be considered a violation of the conditions of supervision and grounds for revocation of
supervision. Participants should bring photo identification, such as a driver’s license or state
identification card, to the urine collection site.
The number of specimens collected each month varies from participant to participant.