Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is the cost?
Cost is based on several factors including the size of the facility, number of employees, size of plan/program, travel, etc. But remember, the U.S. Dept. of Labor estimates that a substance abusing employee cost an employer $7000 annually.
2. Why should I use R.A.I.D. Corps, Inc instead of law enforcement?
Law enforcement actions are bound by the Fourth Amendment requiring a warrant for a search except in well defined instances. As a private company, R.A.I.D. Corps Inc, when working for a client, can use the inspection procedures outlined by company policies or student handbooks.
Our canines are also trained to alert on gunpowder. Due to search and seizure issues law enforcement cannot train drug detector dogs to alert on gunpowder, but must have another canine trained to detect explosives (gunpowder).
United States Code Annotated Const. Amend. 4.:Supreme Corut(PA) J-157-96 March 2, 1999
3. What happens when drugs are found?
When our agents find drugs, law enforcement is notified and the evidence is turned over to them.
4. Can R.A.I.D. Corps, Inc provide drug testing?
Yes, we have access to an accredited drug analysis and collection company.
5. Who certifies your dogs?
Our detector dogs are currently certified by the National Narcotics Detector Dog Association.
6. What is the standard class size for your educational programs?
We try to limit our class size to 30 people. Our community programs are open to everyone.