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Crime Scene Clean-Up 101 [INFOGRAPHIC]

Last updated 8 months ago

After a crime, many people assume that first responders, police, or crime scene technicians clean up the scene. In reality, the job of cleaning up is left to the survivors. Not only is cleaning up a crime scene a traumatic experience, but it is also dangerous. Oftentimes, biohazard waste or poisonous chemicals remain on the scene. That is why hiring a professional crime scene clean-up team is so important. Professionals have training in the proper disposal of these materials and know how to deep clean so no traces of dangerous pathogens are left behind. They also work diligently to restore the scene to its previous condition so the family can focus on healing. This infographic from Crime Scene Clean-Up explains the process. Please pass it along so your family and friends have this important information should they ever need it. 

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