Frequently Asked Questions

Crime scene and trauma cleanup is a little known industry. It’s not often you’d or anyone would need our services. Due to the rare occurrence of field of work, many people have lots of questions regarding how the whole process works, or common misconceptions about how incidents are handled after the police, coroner and emergency service crews release and leave the scene. Click on any of the entries below to get answers to many of the questions we receive on a day to day basis about our industry. If you have a question that is not answered below, feel free to reach out to our specialists at 1-888-752-5001.

Crime scene cleanup is a service provided to home and business owners after a traumatic incident occurs on a premises. Quite often, after the police release a scene, there are various hazardous materials and crime scene investigation materials left behind. Some examples would be blood, bodily fluid and fingerprint dust. Even though the coroner is responsible for removing the body from the scene, these aforementioned hazards are left for the home or business owner to remove. Due to the dangerous and damaging aspects of the hazards (Due to blood borne pathogens), crime scene cleanup companies are often contracted to properly dispose, clean and restore a crime scene back to it’s original, safe space.