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A Guide to Crime Scene Cleanup

When a crime has been committed, the crime scene will surely be a terrible mess. You will find blood and tissue, broken glass, fingerprint dust and many other things that need to be cleaned up and disposed of. What is dangerous here are the biohazards that are beyond the mess and the damage. Only qualified crime scene clean up companies are allowed to clean up a crime scene. Below are the different types of crime scenes that need a thorough crime scene cleanup.

It can be very traumatic to clean up a room where homicide was just committed. If somebody has been murdered in the room. then there will be blood, body fluids, and tissue matter that needs to be removed and cleaned and can be contaminated with biohazardous materials. Homicide cleaning requires training which crime scene cleanup technicians have undergone. They can find and remediate areas that have been contaminated. Without training one cannot see these contaminated areas. When a firearm is used, they can find materials that ordinary people will miss.

When burglary is committed in a home, then high stress and agitation are felt by the victims. These homeowners would want to get away from the crime scene as much as possible since they still feel the threat and the feeling of being violated. The evidence of the crime will be removed by the professional crime cleanup team to help the victims overcome the stress. Undiscovered evidence that can help the police catch the burglar can be spotted by trained crime scene cleaners which cannot be seen by untrained eyes.

Removal of fingerprint dust is rather time consuming and annoying but is part of crime scene cleaning. There is liberal application of fingerprint dust by crime scene investigators so that they can have a more thorough investigation. Fingerprint dust is very fine and can easily spread and stick to everything. Fingerprint dust is not easy to remove and needs professional to thoroughly clean it.

Biohazard elimination is perhaps the most dangerous aspect of crime scene cleanup. Blood, body fluids, and body tissues carry pathogens that can cause diseases. Blood and body fluids should only be cleaned up by trained individuals. If there is blood, it can stain fabrics, upholstery, and carpets and it can seep through furniture and subflooring. If a technician is trained in blood cleanup, he will know the depth necessary to completely eliminate the threat of lingering odor and potential biohazards.

Most crime scene cleanups are covered by proper insurance. Whatever time and expense is used in crime scene cleanup is all worth it. It gives the home owners relief, and it also ensures the elimination of dangerous biohazards and debris

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