Alcohol analysis is performed in both blood and urine.


January 1, 2008 - Alcohol Policy Click to read Policy Statement (required)

Click on the video above to view the training video and then click here to download the form (PDF / Word) and submit it to

Go to the breath alcohol DCI site, Do a search of your name in the officer training records – you will see here if you were trained.



Urine & Alcohol analysis samples MUST be in a gray stoppered tube with:

  • 100 mg of Sodium flouride
  • 20 mg of Potassium Oxalate or some other equivalent preservative

Two results (grams/57mL) (grams/67mL) are reported when the urine sample is a first or random void. One result (grams/67mL) is reported when the urine sample is a 2nd void. Due to physiological variability, urine alcohol calculations tend to be rather conservative. Due to potential for production of alcohol post collections, urine sample storage (1% NaF) is critical.