Examiners in the Toxicology specialty analyze urine and blood for the presence of drugs. Testing for alcohol or inhalants is not included in toxicology testing and must be requested separately.
DRE Form – Please note this form is used by DRE officers and if used should be submitted with the evidence (not sealed inside box).
Analytical MethodsSelecting a file below will download the file or open it in a new tab where it may be saved as needed.
|Filename / Link
|Toxicology Analytical Methods-Rev18.pdf
|Toxicology Analytical Methods-rev17.pdf
|Toxicology Training Manual rev6.pdf
Toxicology Centrally Stored Use Quality DataSelecting a file below will download the file or open it in a new tab where it may be saved as needed. Selecting a folder below will show its file contents.
Types of Kits offered by Forensic Services:
Urine Kits – These kits are for urine samples that are going to be tested for drugs. We no longer have separate kits for DRE and NJDT, simply mark at the top of the form included in this kit which type of sample you collected! Please Note: If you are a DRE Officer, it is your responsibility to insert a DRE Form with the evidence (please do not seal it inside the box). Click on the link above for DRE Form if you do not have one.
Blood Kits – Use these kits when you need blood tested for alcohol or drugs (not DNA!). They have a gray top tube in them which is required to comply with IDAPA code.
Accident Victim Kits – These are provided to Coroners/Morticians only. They are only for use in compiling statistics, and remain anonymous for that reason. All of these kits will be turned into the Coeur d’Alene laboratory.
Rape Kits – Used for sexual assault cases and are provided to hospitals only. For sexual assault cases, use regular blood and urine kits (if possible) for alcohol and toxicology testing. The blood tube in the rape kit is not intended for alcohol or toxicology testing. If toxicology testing is wanted and the assault occurred within the last 12 hours, collect both blood and urine. If it has been longer than 12 hours, only collect urine (unless also requesting alcohol testing). We can only screen for GHB in urine samples. If it has been longer than 12 hours since suspected ingestion, the sample will not be analyzed for GHB.
Toxicology ReportsSelecting a file below will download the file or open it in a new tab where it may be saved as needed.
|Filename / Link
|Tox Report 1998-2001.pdf
|Tox Report 1998-2002.pdf
|Tox Report 2001.pdf
|Tox Report 2003.pdf
|Tox Report 2004.pdf
|Tox Report 2005.pdf
|Tox Report 2006.pdf
|Tox Report 2007.pdf
|Tox Report 2008.pdf
|Tox Report 2009.pdf
|Tox Report 2010.pdf
|Tox Report 2011.pdf
|Tox Report 2012.pdf
|Tox Report 2013.pdf
|Tox Report 2014 Supplement.pdf
|Tox Report 2014.pdf
|Tox Report 2015.pdf
|Tox Report 2016.pdf
|Tox Report 2017.pdf
|Tox Report 2018.pdf
|Tox Report 2019.pdf
|Tox Report 2020.pdf
|Tox Report 2021.pdf
|Tox Report 2022 Fact Sheet.pdf
|Tox Report 2022.pdf