The Anonymous Analysis Program was
established to assist parents/guardians who find
suspected drugs in the possession of their minor
children. Parents/guardians may submit
suspected drugs by delivering the item(s) directly
to their local OSP Forensic Lab or OSP Office.
The item(s) will be tested for the presence of
controlled substances and then destroyed.
Testing is free and confidential, and the
results will not be used for enforcement
purposes. The findings will be reported verbally
to the submitting OSP representative or directly
to the parent/guardian who made the request. Learn more about the program and read the brochure Here
WARNING: Handling suspected drugs is extremely hazardous, especially with the prevalence of fentanyl and fentanyl derivatives. Please remember to always protect yourself by wearing nitrile gloves, manipulating the material as little as possible, packaging the material in an additional plastic bag, and washing your hands with soap and water afterward. It is also best practice to wear a mask when handling suspected drugs, especially powders. Additional safety information is available at the following links:
SAMS-Track is a web application that tracks sexual assault kits as they move through the criminal justice system. Law enforcement officials, medical professionals, forensic lab scientists, and criminal prosecutors throughout the state use this program to record the movements of sexual assault kits as they process them.
The SAMS team of the Portland Police Bureau developed SAMS-Track to fulfill the requirements of Senate Bill 1571 and House Bill 4049, which were passed in 2016 and 2018 by the State of Oregon. These bills require officials to record the status of sexual assault kits from collection to disposal and every point in between. With the help of SAMS-Track, the Oregon State Police can accomplish this goal
To track your kit, Click Here
To view tutorial and informational videos, click Here