Drugs Intelligence Screen
Drugs Intelligence Screening Kit
What you get:
You will get a complete kit for swabbing surfaces, full laboratory analysis & a report as to which drugs (if any) were detected.
How it works:
Using the kit provided, you can swab any surface to detect tiny traces of controlled or prescription drugs. The kit can also be used on bulk powders or liquids. Simply follow the instructions, use the kit and return the swab to us in the tamper evident bag provided (return postage not included). We will analyse your swab and provide you with a report detailing any drugs detected and their classification under the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971. Results can be sent by post, email or given over the phone; just tick your preference on the form included in the kit.
Who is it for?:
This service allows you to confidentially assess whether drugs are present on any surface, or to test a drug itself should this be required. Ideal for concerned parents, for checking your workplace to see if drugs are being used, for landlords assessing whether tenants are using drugs, licensees for demonstrating compliance with drug policies and a wide variety of other uses.
Who are we?:
Your swab will be analysed by Gradko Forensics, a Home Office licensed forensic drugs laboratory based in the UK. Our scientists have many years of experience in the field of controlled drugs detection and we use the sensitive method of GCMS (Gas Chromatography, Mass Spectrometry) to analyse your sample.
How long will it take?:
Your kit will be dispatched within 1 working day. On receipt of your swab at the laboratory, we will analyse and provide you with a report within 10 working days for the standard kit, and within 5 working days for the Fast Track kit.
Due to the nature of traces detection, the information provided in the report is for intelligence purposes only and cannot be used for evidence. The swabs are for surface testing only and are not suitable for testing of drugs in/on humans e.g. hands, saliva or urine.
Shipping to UK only due to customs restrictions