Part I of this comment will provide a brief overview of the general constitutional concerns of random drug testing. Part II will discuss random drug testing as applied to police officers and fire fighters. Part III will begin by addressing the public/private employer distinction, and the balancing of the conflicting interests. Part III will end by discussing the effects of drugs, the deterrent effect of drug testing programs, and the costs associated with employee drug use.
Remis, Robert G.
"Drug-Impaired Police Officers/Fire Fighters and the Reasonable Suspicion Standard: Whose Turn it is to Give Condolences to the Innocent Victim's Family?,"
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