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Who Cleans Up After a Violent Crime


After a serious violent crime, the police and investigators do not have a designated unit that comes in to clean up the scene. While some departments may work closely with crime scene cleaning services and may be able to offer referrals, the responsibility of cleaning the crime scene falls to the property owner.



The Right Tools To Clean Up A Crime Scene


It is not generally suggested that the task of cleaning up the scene of a violent crime be attempted by anybody.


Bodily fluid is considered a hazardous material, and thus requires special equipment, methods, and disposal in order to protect both the person doing the cleaning and the general public.



  • PPE - Personal protective equipment. Most of this equipment is deemed one-time-use and is immediately discarded after the job in hazardous waste containers.
  • Biohazard Disposal Containers - Heavy-duty hazmat bags that can be sealed safely to contain health hazards.
  • Disinfectant Solutions - Such as bleach and peroxide.
  • Industrial Strength Deodorizers - Come in many different types and may be used in a fogger machine. Ozone machines are often used to assist in deodorization of the are.

Call In The Professionals


I will say it again that it is not recommended to clean up a violent crime scene on your own. There are many professional services that can get the job done quickly, inexpensively, and most important, safely.


In Southern California, contact Bio-One East Irvine, the leader in crime scene and hazardous waste cleanup. Don't risk your health and safety going at it alone.


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