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Loopholes and Trade Secrets
Do Drug Swipes Work?
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Drug swipes are designed to detect trace amounts of a variety of drugs on multiple surfaces. They can detect the presence of drugs on dollar
bills, drinking glasses, counter tops, clothing, skin and any other surfaces that can be swiped. Does this ensure that the person working at
a specific desk or a kid who allows no one access to his or her bedroom is guilty of having or using drugs? Absolutely not!
I have been in the drug and alcohol consulting business for close to three decades. Let me share why drug swipes work very well and
conclude absolutely nothing other than the fact that a certain drug has been on a certain surface. I have personally seen cases where
the exterminator, babby sitter, cleaning person, nurses, electrician, carpenter or steam cleaner has used drugs in almost every part of a
house or business. I have seen children
accused of using drugs and families on the verge of destruction only to find out an older sibling used another family member’s room to avoid
such a test. A relative, friend, visitor or worker finally is caught or confesses to using detected drugs in the accused persons work place
or home or while they borrowed a sweater or coat. I have even seen and heard of parents and significant others planting drugs in custody
battles and brutal divorces.
There are many studies that show traces of cocaine can be found on very high percentages of dollar bills. The numbers vary from five dollar
bills to one hundred dollar bills. Even if drugs are swiped from a person’s hands we can’t tell if the person does or has drugs or just
handled money that may have been rolled up and used as a straw to snort drugs by someone they have never met.
Drug swipes are a detection tool. A tool that is very accurate and widely misused. In my experiences I have seen and heard of them being misused far more
often than properly used. Get the whole story and consider all the consequences when attempting to find drugs. You can destroy human lives,
relationships and careers needlessly. Always ask an expert in the industry who does not use an extremely lucrative product. Product users may profit by not telling you
all sides of a products uses and misuses.
By: Michael A. Bonventre, Author:
Drug Testing Exposed “Loopholes & Trade Secrets”