Drug Impaired Driving and Drug Recognition Expert Toxicology
Among the many factors that must work together to eradicate driving while impaired, education and enforcement of current laws, which includes DUID testing, have been proven to reduce alcohol-impaired driving deaths by half.1 Toxicology testing remains imperative to help maintain public safety, and NMS Labs delivers the relevant tests needed to help enforce the law and build a safer society.
Results with Speed and Confidence
- Illicit drugs
- OTC drugs
- Prescription drugs
- Delta-8 and Delta-9 THC
- Novel Psychoactive Substances (NPS)
- Uncertainty of Measurement
Value Added Services
- Chain of custody
- Comprehensive reports
- Litigation packages
Broad Scope of Compounds Classes
NMS Labs DUID panels cover a wide range of compounds with high sensitivity, and the fast results allow law enforcement agencies to have rapid responses to increasing drug presence within the communities they serve.
Trusted for the Highest Quality Standards
The numerous credentials held by NMS Labs give assurance that the laboratory meets the high standards of excellence for forensic testing. For a complete list of licenses, registrations, accreditations, and certifications, visit nmslabs.com/resources/accreditations-and-licensure.
Accreditations & Certifications
- ANAB ISO 17025/ABFT
- Texas Forensic Science Commission
- State-level DOH
There is a wide variety of services, from fast results to expert testimony, that build upon the renowned testing capabilities to help solve the most critical forensic toxicology issues.
Fast turnaround time
Low detection limits
Additional testing options— emerging designer drugs and prescription medications
Detailed report with topic-specific comments related to drug-impaired driving
Measurement of uncertainty certification as required by ANAB/ABFT accreditation
Consultation and testimony from board-certified toxicologists
Routine Panel and Specialized Testing Available
NMS Labs has designed a DUID toxicology panel that covers the seven DRE drug categories and all the priority drug groups recognized by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The panel also follows the National Safety Council (NSC) recommendations for toxicological investigation of drug-impaired driving.