Do you suspect someone you know has been using drugs but don’t know how to prove it. The power to detect narcotics from surfaces, fingers, or clothing is now at your disposal. These tests are extremely accurate at determining the presence and nature of drug residue.
Derrick Marshall of Marshall and Associates demonstrates how to use the test to determine the presence of narcotics on a table top. The process is simple enough to be conducted by a novice, but if the results might be used in a court or mediation setting, having a licensed private investigator conduct the test is your best option.
These tests can prove invaluable in a variety of situations, including parents who suspect their children of drug use, business owners or managers who suspect their employees of using narcotics in the office, and those who suspect their significant other of secretly having an addiction. One of the most common situations where a drug swipe test is used, however, is in custody cases where one parent suspects the other of illicit narcotics use, especially around the child.
“It is common for children to come back from a weekend visit with their other parent and have drug residue on their hands and finger tips,” Marshall said. “Children have a tendency to touch all types of surfaces, including ones where drugs have been present. These tests will detect that and let you know what drugs the child has been in contact with.”
Marshall and Associates is a full scale Private Investigation firm with offices in Springfield, MO and Orlando, FL.
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