Many states have laws that regulate or prohibit drug testing in the private or public sector, but Indiana does not have such a law. Indiana employers are therefore free to implement testing policies at their own discretion.
Indiana law states that employers are free to:
For purposes of this law, a test to determine the illegal use of drugs is not considered to be a medical examination (IN Code Sec. 22-9-5-24). There is more information on implementing a drug testing program available. Please see the national Alcohol and Drugs section.
Tampering. Interfering with or attempting to interfere with a drug or alcohol screening test by using a device or substance, substituting a human bodily substance that is tested in a drug or alcohol screening test, or adulterating a substance used in a drug or alcohol screening test is a Class B misdemeanor. Knowingly or intentionally possessing a device or substance designed or intended to be used to interfere with a drug or alcohol screening test is also a Class B misdemeanor (IN Code Sec. 35-43-5-19).