Cambridge News reports on the recent trial of Intelligent Fingerprinting’s fingerprint drug testing system by the Norfolk Recovery Partnership (NRP), a UK-based organization that provides advice and treatment for adults with drug and alcohol problems across Norfolk, England. The news article explains that during the trial NRP found that fingerprint-based drug screening was particularly easy to use, with none of the hygiene or administrative issues typically associated with traditional drug screening methods that use saliva or urine.
The article quotes Christopher Strivens, deputy service manager for NRP: “With Intelligent Fingerprinting there’s now a drug screening approach that is both non-invasive and easy to use. Fingerprint-based screening certainly looks like it will prove a valuable technology for use by drug rehabilitation services.”
Read the article (on the Cambridge News website).