Crime & Trauma Scene Cleaning

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Discovering a crime scene, or worse, becoming a victim of one on your property is one of the most stressful events to encounter. The shock only worsens when the obvious and lesser obvious hazards are still present after the police leave the scene.

It's a situation you've never thought to deal with until you're faced with it. These situations should be treated and handled as an emergency. Thankfully, emergency teams exist to handle these issues so you don't have to.

The National Crime Scene Cleanup Association (NCSC) was founded on the principles of helping communities, families, and individuals during the worst time in their lives. NCSC comprises a network of nationwide licensed crews that have dedicated their entire lives to cleaning crime scenes with compassion, respect, and professionalism. These crews are available 24/7/365 to respond to any kind of emergency--they've seen it all and no situation is "too weird".

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Why You Can't Clean This Up Yourself

Professional Trauma Scene CleanersWhen mass amounts of blood, fingerprint powder, pepper spray, or worse are left behind, the issue quickly crosses into a biohazardous situation.

In order to clean these scenes up, you'll need:

  • PPE appropriate to the biosafety level of the area
  • EPA-registered hospital grade disinfectants
  • A professional hazmat removal and disposal team

Why is this? The risk of being exposed to mental and physical trauma, as well as potentially fatal diseases, increases significantly when attempting to do it yourself. That is why laws and regulations exist specifically to protect the public health when these things happen.

It's not just illegal to DIY, whether by your own hands or your employees (if you're a business), it's potentially life altering.

NCSC crews have all the cleaning supplies and PPE needed to address the situation, no matter the severity.

Laws and Regulations

A professionally licensed, bonded, and insured crime and trauma scene cleaning company will know the laws applicable to the occurrence. There are federal, local and/or state requirements that need to be followed depending on the situation.

Full laws pertaining hazardous waste can be found on the respective governmental websites:

Regulations and standards apply to the disinfection, restoration, disposal, and transportation of the waste. It is a full scope job that often requires the assistance of more than one cleaner.

NCSC crews are proudly licensed and trained by all applicable organizations in the areas being serviced.

NCSC's Certifications

What To Do If You're In This Situation Now...

Why NCSC Over Other Crime Cleanup Companies

Rated 5 Stars For Over 20 Years

Our customers come first, always. No one should have to go through this if they don’t have to. Let us make a difference for you.

Our teams of professionals know the seriousness and potential severity of these situations. Whether you were surprised to find a large amount of mold while completing your latest remodeling project or you have lost a loved one recently due to an act of violence (so sorry for your loss), we are here and qualified to help you through these situations and ensure you and the public’s physical and mental wellbeing is protected.

Our service response times are typically immediate or next day for both residential and commercial properties and vehicles.

Although we are not going through your situation directly, we know how tragic and sensitive these circumstances can be. We treat every situation and family with the utmost respect and compassion, hoping that our services can help offer you some peace of mind and safety.

We are considerate to the circumstances that have occurred through no fault of your own. Time is something we can’t get back, don’t waste or make your life more difficult by attempting to clean the situation up personally. The dangers of doing so are potentially traumatic. Trust our thorough, professionally trained staff and know we are equipped to handle the situation efficiently.

Insurance covers most of our services so you don’t have to pay out of pocket. Although each individual policy is different, our compassionate representatives will help try to determine the most affordable solution for you. We work tirelessly to find a way, whether we personally work with your insurance adjuster, seek out helpful victim financial programs, or put in place a payment plan you can afford….don’t look past our services because you don’t think you can afford them; it’s often quite the opposite.

Flexible Payment Options

For your convenience, NCSC accepts several payment options.

Insurance Accepted

Nearly all these type of incidents are covered by homeowners, renter's, or other property insurance. NCSC works with several major insurance providers. A representative can assist you through the claims process when you call.

Credit or Debit Card

NCSC accepts all major credit or debit cards through a secure third party payment processing vendor, so all of your information stays confidential and encrypted at the highest level throughout the transaction process.


For your convenience, NCSC accepts all checks, banker or otherwise, so long as they are lawfully written and issued by a valid bank.

Victim's Resources

The federal government has funds available to victims of crime that are paid for by the convicted offender. Feel free to ask for more information about the Crime Victims Fund when you call.

Frequently Asked Questions

It's perfectly normal to have questions during this unprecedented and unfortunate time. NCSC are trained professionals here to help and simplify information to better the situation you're in. Below are a few commonly asked questions to assist you. Don't worry if your question isn't below--NCSC's friendly representatives are here to answer any unanswered questions you may have when you call.

1What are potential hazards at a crime scene?

A hazard is literally defined as any potentially infectious body fluids, harmful chemicals, or contaminated objects.

Examples of these include blood, pepper spray (compounds in the spray can leave sticky, potentially harmful residue), fingerprint powder (potentially carcinogenic chemicals), human excrement (after the bowels are evacuated), contaminated hypodermic needles (in event of an overdose) or glass (e.g. a broken window).

2Why is it important to wear PPE at a crime scene?

All investigators or law enforcement officers are required to wear personal protective equipment (PPE) due to the presence of bloodborne pathogens. Bloodborne pathogens are potentially infectious body fluids that need to be handled, treated, transported, and disposed of according to protocol.

NCSC is one of the emergency response units called after the scene is cleared so the area can be safely restored.

3How are biohazards cleaned?

This is not a casual cleaning and no attempts should be made to clean the area.

NCSC has nationwide emergency crews specifically trained and experienced to handle these situations.

If you'd like to read more about the steps we take to restore the area, please read more about the process here.

4Do crime scene cleaners only respond to certain types of scenes?

Licensed and experienced crime scene cleaners respond to scenes of all types. Shootouts, gang violence, drive-bys, domestic violence, assault, massacres, and more are just a few examples.

NCSC responds to the presence of potentially infectious material or biohazard. Blood, bodily fluids, contaminated broken glass or hypodermic needles and more are just a few examples of a biohazard.

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