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Drug Testing

Western District of Arkansas Drug and Alcohol Testing

Call-in phone number: 479-695-4455

The Western District of Arkansas utilizes a random saliva/urine collection program for all persons under supervision who have been ordered to submit to drug testing as a condition of supervision.   Saliva/urine specimens will be collected at your assigned testing location.

To determine whether you are required to submit a specimen, you must call the number (479-695-4455) listed above EVERY DAY.  You may call after 5:00 p.m. on the date before and until 12:00 p.m. on the date of collection.  You are encouraged to call before 9 a.m. because some collection sites have limited collection hours.  Additionally, you are responsible for reporting during the designated collection hours.  Upon calling, you will hear a recorded message that will prompt you to enter your PACTS number.  Once your PACTS number is entered, the recording will then advise if you are scheduled to report for testing.  If you are scheduled to report, you MUST report to your assigned testing location on the date and during the hours indicated on the recording to provide a saliva/urine specimen. 

  • No one is excused from reporting unless authorized by your respective Probation/Pretrial Officer.  If excused, be prepared to provide documentation as to your reason for requesting an excused absence. (i.e., emergency room/hospital/doctor's receipt, letter from employer on company stationery, etc.)
  • Failure to report or call as required will constitute a violation of supervision and will be reported to your Probation/Pretrial Officer which may result in adverse action.  If you report as required but fail to timely provide a specimen, it will be considered a stall, which is a violation of supervision and may result in adverse action.
  • If you are taking any prescription or over-the-counter medicines, YOU MUST BRING THE MEDICATION WITH YOU EACH TIME YOU REPORT FOR A DRUG TEST.  If you fail to do so and the test results are positive, the results may be reported to the Court as a violation.
  • You are responsible for providing an undiluted specimen (drinking large amounts of liquid prior to submitting a specimen will generally result in a dilute specimen, so consume accordingly prior to submitting your specimen).