Random drug testing

Almost 170 Quezon City Jail personnel, led by warden J/Supt. Ermelito Moral (top), present their bottles containing urines during a mandatory random drug testing together with more than 900 inmates or 20 percent of the total jail population. The remaining 80 percent will undergo mandatory random drug test after two months. The random drug testing is being done to ensure that jail facility is drug-free. A total of 4,572 inmates are currently housed at the Quezon City Jail. Bottom photo shows inmates making a salute after the singing of the national anthem, also at the Quezon City Jail on Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2018. Manny Palmero/AFP


Topics: Random drug testing , Quezon City Jail
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