Fort Riley's Installation Drug Testing Program
What we do:
The Drug Test Coordinator (DTC) coordinates, administers, and monitors all aspects of the Drug Testing Program.
Interprets Department of Defense (DoD), Department of the Army (DA) and Major Command (MACOM) program guidance, regulations and technical bulletins and develops local policies and procedures for implementation by unit commanders and the Director Army Substance Abuse Program (DASAP)
Reviews all documentation and chain of custody documents associated with the collection procedure prior to the shipment of specimens to the Forensic Toxicology Drug Testing Laboratory (FTDTL). Assists in the development of a comprehensive training course for Unit Prevention Leaders to ensure adherence to regulations, policies and standing operating procedures.
Serves as an instructor in presenting Drug Testing regulations, policies and other pertinent information. Reports all positive urinalysis results to the Director Army Substance Abuse Program and the respective Commander. Collects, maintains and reports statistical data on the Installation Drug Testing Program. Procures and maintains supplies sufficient enough to support their Command's Drug Testing Program.
Our staff serve as members of the Inspector Generals inspection team. The Drug Testing Coordinator staff conducts urinalysis testing for civilian personnel that fall under the authority of the Drug-free Federal Workplace Testing Designated Positions. These positions are listed under Army Regulation 600-85, chapter 14-20.
To enhance and protect the combat readiness of the 1st Infantry Division and Fort Riley's civilian personnel in support of our mission as a rapid deployment installation.
If you would like to contact an Installation Biochemical Testing staff member, please contact us at 785-239-4151, or stop by the Army Substance Abuse Program, Building 7424.
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Fort Riley's Installation Biochemical Testing Program
Army Substance Abuse Program - Civilian Services
Forecasted Unit Prevention Leader Certification Courses
Unit Prevention Leader Training Course Information
Commanders Corner Information Page
Commanders are encouraged to save and print a copy of "The ASAP" for reference and use.
Prevention Resources for Your Use
Commanders, First Sergeants and UPLs interested in obtaining information on drugs, alcohol, and events within the ASAP Program? Follow the hyperlink to outstanding resource information, or call us at the DTCP (785)239-4151 for information.
Unit Prevention Leader Training Program
Installation Biochemical Testing - Glossary Assistance
Installation Biochemical Testing Terminology