Following regulatory guidance, there are three factors that allow the qualified supervisor or DER to make a Reasonable Suspicion determination: 1. Physical manifestations of substance use or impairment. These are the signs and symptoms that appear as a direct result of ingestion or influence of a substance. They are involuntary physiological reactions. For example, bloodshot eyes. 2. Behaviors that... View Article

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