Chapter 10: Judiciary-Related Offices
A library is not required in Probation and
Pretrial Services Offices.
Urinalysis Toilet. Urinalysis toilet rooms are used for collecting urine specimens only.
Each room must accommodate both the person providing the specimen and a U.S.
Probation or Pretrial Services officer. The officer must be in the room or otherwise
have the ability to visually monitor the specimen collection process; use of a mirror is
The door to the toilet room must be locked at all times, except when the room is in
use. Any means of access through the ceiling plenum, pipe chase, or other similar
spaces must be eliminated.
For the convenience of persons reporting for urinalysis only, the public reception/
waiting area must be adjacent to the urinalysis toilet. In addition, barrier-free access
for handicapped persons must be provided.
Urinalysis Supplies Storage. The urinalysis supplies storage closet must be
securable. Any means of access through the ceiling plenum and similar spaces must
The urinalysis toilet room(s) and testing lab must be adjacent to supplies storage. The
storage area must be accessible through restricted circulation only.
Urinalysis Testing and Specimen Storage Room. The door to this room must be
locked at all times, except when the room is in use. Any means of access through the
ceiling plenum, pipe chase, and other similar spaces must be eliminated.
The room must accommodate the following items:
Two counter-top enzyme multiplied immunoassay technique (EMIT)
machines, each requiring a footprint area of at least 30 inches (775 min) deep
by 60 inches (1525 mm) wide; 110-V dedicated power; and additional
adjacent counter space at a height of 44 inches (1125 mm) above finish floor
Two operator stools
A double sink with disposal, set in a cabinet at least eight feet (2425 mm)
long with a counter height of 44 inches (1125 mm) above finish floor level;
adjacent 110-V convenience outlets; and storage above and below