What does a crime scene cleaner do?by Dane B. Technician
What is the role of a Crime Scene Cleaner?
The role of a crime scene cleaning technician is to sanitise scenes affected by blood, biological fluids and other biological hazards. The main objective is to remove any blood-born pathogens, returning the scene to a clean and odour free state. As part of a crime scene cleanup, any affected possessions and contents deemed non-restorable will be disposed of. This may include removing carpet, tiles, floor boards and walls depending on the level of contamination.
Who needs the services of a Crime Scene Cleaning company?
Crime scene cleaning companies generally perform a range of forensic cleaning services that involve the clean up and decontamination of scenes affected by:
- Death & Suicides
- Blood & Trauma
- Urine & Faeces
- Needle & Syringe Removal
- Infectious Disease Control
- Gross Filth & Dilapidated Property Cleaning
- Cat, Possum & Dog Urine
- Mice & Rat Infestations
- Rotten Food (Fridges & Freezers)
- Meth Lab Decontamination
- Sewage Leaks
Who cleans up a Crime Scene?
If is often the belief that police clean up after the scene of a crime. This unfortunately is not the case, instead this is left up to the property owner or occupier to arrange. This is often a difficult time for those involved without adding on the difficult task of cleaning up a scene contaminated with large amounts of blood, bodily fluids & fingerprint dust.
Created on Dec 15th 2019 23:38. Viewed 306 times.