Crime - Trauma Scene Cleanup

biohazardous-crime-scene-cleaningCrime scene clean up is not limited to the biohazards commonly associated with crime scenes such as blood, bodily fluids, bacteria and bloodborne pathogens. Crime scenes may also require non-biohazard clean up and restoration as well.

Law enforcement officers may leave behind fingerprint powder, blood detecting chemicals including Amido Black, Coomassie Blue, Crowle’s stain, Hungarian Red, Leuco Crystal Violet and Luminol. Some crimes scenes may not contain blood at all, but may pose serious threat to humans.

We can decontaminate a site where tear gas was used by law enforcement. In addition, other non-biohazards requiring clean up can include broken glass, needles and syringes, and bullet holes. Let us help you get your life back to as normal as possible by providing immediate responses and thorough cleanup, sanitation and disinfecting of the crime scene. The sooner it is disinfected, the safer and easier it can be to try and return to the life you still have. The area of contamination can spread with every person that walks through a crime scene or has close contact with it. Consequently, the risks become greater, and removal of a gruesome scene can erase one reminder of the traumatic experience. Our experienced biohazard cleanup crew can eliminate the hazardous conditions and restore your home or building back to a safe and sterile environment for everyone.

Crime Scene Cleanup Scenarios:

  • Burglaries
  • Assault
  • Vandalism
  • Shooting
  • Forensic Work
  • Homicide (Murder)
  • Suicide
  • Drug Operations
  • Accidents
  • biohazardous-crime-scene-cleaning suicide cleanup

    The effects of suicidal behavior or completed suicide on friends and family members are often devastating. Individuals who lose a loved one to suicide (suicide survivors) are more at risk for becoming preoccupied with the reason for the suicide while wanting to deny or hide the cause of death, wondering if they could have prevented it, feeling blamed for the problems that preceded the suicide, feeling rejected by their loved one, and stigmatized by others. we have an discreet and supportive staff of field technicians and office managers.

    unattended death

    An unattended death is when a body has not been discovered for days, weeks, or even months. After the death occurs the body starts to decompose. Decomposition takes place naturally. This process, however, can be the most gruesome of all crime scene cleaning jobs and devastating for a family to find. Decomposing bodies will leach out biological fluids that seep into the surrounding areas. These fluids can causing odors, insects, bacteria, and mold.

    murder cleanup

    After a murder, a family under goes permanent changes that are difficult for the surviving members to accept. After the scene has been released to us we will remove all evidence of the incident the reminder is not there.

    industrial accidents

    Industrial accidents have risks associated with them if they are not properly decontaminated & sanitized by special personnel. For those reasons, it’s critical that all biohazard materials be disposed of and handled by competent with OSHA & EPA regulations for the safety of you and others. biohazardous-crime-scene-cleaning

    Business owners, landlords, commercial and industrial properties can endure strong legal issues and lawsuits by employees and other individuals if the area is not properly decontaminated & sanitized by the right personnel. Don’t take the risk.

    Important Crime Scene Cleanup Steps:
    • Always Equip Anyone in the Hazardous Area with Protective Gear
    • Restrict Access of the Area
    • Dispose of Unsalvageable Property
    • Apply Thorough Sanitation Treatments – Multiple Times
    • Provide a Certificate of Completion/Safe Habitation Document

    Copyright © by Crime Scene Cleanup Pros - 24/7 Services 954-658-1999 All Right Reserved.

    Published on: 2017-12-29 (1387 reads)

    [ Go Back ]

    Scene Kleen Inc. 1835 South Dixie Pompano Beach, Florida 33060 Phone 954-658-1999 Email