Crime Scene Clean Up Blog
Knowing what to do immediately after a crime can be difficult and overwhelming. It is a very emotional time for the loved ones of the victim and often the first time in their lives that they have ever had to think about what needs to happen after a crime. With more than 20 years of experience in the business, Crime Scene Cleanup has fast become the a leading crime scene cleanup company in Long Island and can step in as needed to take away some of the burden after a crime. Read Full Post
New York has received a lot of positive press over the last few years about their success reducing the crime rates in New York City and around the state over the last few decades. This is great for the state and shows the rest of the country that improvements in these areas are feasible. Since there is no way to completely eradicate crime all together, there are still many families that must deal with the loss of a loved one or a significant injury due to a local crime. Crime Scene Cleanup is a national leader in…
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If the unthinkable happens and now someone in your home, business or property gets injured, accidentally or not, you have a situation on hand. The police, EMT and coroner now show up, and will remove the person injured, perform the investigation, and leave. What’s left? Learn More.
We provide professional, discreet services in Crime Scene & Trauma Cleaning, Blood Cleanup, Hoarding Recovery, Meth Lab Decontamination, Water/Sewage/Flood Remediation, Mold Remediation, Unattended Death Cleanup, Operating Theatre Decontamination, Emergency Services Vehicle Cleanup, Vehicle Blood Cleanup, Tear Gas Remediation, Fingerprint Dust Removal, Odor Removal (be it natural or otherwise), and even Contagious Virus/Bacteria/Pathogen Cleanup. Read Full Post
Crime scene cleanup is one of those jobs that you may not hear about a whole lot, but if you do the idea definitely has your attention. Needless to say working for a crime scene cleanup company is always a conversation starter with those that we meet and ask about our profession. While it may not be as “exciting” as police work and crime investigation it is needless to say an interesting job. At times it can be disheartening and at other somewhat interesting. Just about anything tragic or unsettling to the stomach that police officers and sometimes even medical examiners get to see on a daily basis can also be found running across our path. There is a lot of blood cleanup involved, and sometimes thing get even messier than that, so it’s not a job for the squeamish. Read Full Post