Who Does Discreet K9, LLC Work For?
Anyone needing a NON LAW ENFORCEMENT – 100% ACCURATE sweep for drugs, paraphernalia and or firearms presence.
Parents suspecting a child of drug involvement. Not yet comfortable in confrontation and demanding a urine sample. Wanting physical evidence beforehand. Confirming their notions or gut instincts as a first step. Needing hard evidence to make an effective and strong intervention. Elimination of all drugs present after a positive traditional drug test. Elimination before a child’s return from rehabilitation. Eliminating the usual explanation of second hand smoke, “I’ve only done it once”, “A friend had it and I felt stupid saying no”, “I was at a party and I felt like I was forced into it”.
Business Owners wanting to eliminate 60% of the possibility of accidents, increase worker productivity by 20%, decrease absences in their workforce by 25%. Companies taking part in the Drug Free Workplace Program who want to complete the process. Random presence of certified drug detection K9s in the workplace deters the presence of drugs and paraphernalia on site in a way that is unmatched by any other method. Companies with a vehicle fleet that need verification for insurance purposes.
School administrators needing a non law enforcement and 100% confidential sweep of school premises while protecting student 4th amendment rights. Scent is categorized as a “public sniffing” item and is not considered by the supreme court as individually private. The presence of a certified K9 drug sniffer walking along a line of school lockers or standing by a book bag or backpack is not an infringement of personal rights of freedom of search. School administrators many times require a non law enforcement affiliated, confidential and discreet way to deter the presence and use of drugs on school premises. When a positive finding isn’t going to alert a county prosecutor or the media… Preventing the event from public knowledge may be of paramount importance.
Spousal drug detection is becoming more and more common as an issue. Divorce proceedings, child custody issues, supervised visitation status in divorce decrees. Many instances spousal relationships may require a drug detection sweep where a voluntary urine test would not be an option.