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International drug development IDD

First Picture from left: Ed Lepre, C-SAPA with K-9 Chester. Second Picture: The IDD team: (Front row from left to right) P.J. Chighizola; Harriet Battiste; Robyn Minchey; Tiffany Sanchez; Kim Lager; Marcella Lepre-Joyce; and, Collin Eskine; (Back row from left to right) Mike Fonti; Mike Prestenback; Scott VanderMeer; Ed Lepre C-SAPA, president; Eddie Greer; Adam Condrey; and Jerry Lepre. (Not pictured) Jon Cimo; Candace Poche’; and, Heather Lepre-Prestenback.

About IDD

Founded in 1997, International Drug Detection, LLC is one of the fastest growing drug detection facilities in the South. IDD and its staff of over 20 certified collectors/investigators are committed to a high standard of professionalism and excellence in ensuring a safe and drug free work place for its clients.

IDD, a Third-Party Administrator (TPA) which specializes in administering federally mandated drug testing programs, offers a diversified portfolio of services that ensure confidentiality, accuracy and legal defensibility.

Services include:

  • DOT and Non-DOT drug Screening
  • DOT and Non-DOT Alcohol testing
  • Medical Review Officer (MRO) services
  • Record keeping and statistical analysis
  • Random Selection
  • Development and administration of DOT and Non-Dot Drug and Alcohol Policies and Procedures to ensure compliance with federal and state guidelines
  • Drug prevention and detection training programs and booklets
  • K-9 Searches for contraband
  • DNA Testing
  • Finger Printing
  • Background Checks
IDD utilizes laboratory facilities that are certified by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to conduct federally mandated drug testing. The IDD team successfully serves a range of clients from small and mid-size businesses to Fortune 500 companies. Assignments have taken the IDD team to several states in the USA and even abroad.

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