Sydney Forensic Cleaning is on call at any time to remediate any situation that may arrive from such traumatic events. Our clients choose us for our proven expertise and discreet approach when providing prompt, reliable and professional Crime Scene Cleaning services
Most Sydney residents or business owners are not familiar with what crime scene clean up entails. For Sydney Forensic Cleaning, it is crucial for people to understand that crime scene clean up is not only about disinfecting an area, but also helping affected individuals deal with an emotional situation and get back to their normal lives in a timely manner. Crime Scene Cleaning incidents may include:
- Accidents or acts of intentional harm and/or intentional self-harm
- Decomposition or unattended death
- Mass trauma
- Industrial accidents
Sydney Forensic Cleaning crime scene cleaners strive to educate the public about the many misconceptions that apply to this necessary industry.
Myth: Law Enforcement Professionals Will Clean a Crime Scene
Investigators and law enforcement examine essential evidence at a crime scene. They collect important information, assess the scene and then move on to take the next step within a case. They do not typically have a clean-up team.
Crime scene investigators may not just be taking away evidence. They could also contribute to or spread existing biohazards. Certain chemicals, sprays and other resources could further impact a home or other living area, complicating an already problematic situation. Crime scene clean-up technicians are adept in removing these materials in addition to blood and other biological waste.
Myth: Tax Dollars Pay For Crime Scene Clean Ups
Some people assume that crime scene clean-ups are a service that is paid by taxpayer money. However, it is important to recognise that once law enforcement and investigators are finished with their work, the property owner or victims are responsible for any crime scene clean-up.
Myth: Crime Scene Cleaners Help Solve Investigations
There is a common misconception that crime scene clean-up crews play a part in resolving a case, or that it’s like CSI the television show. In reality, these teams are generally dispatched as soon as all investigating parties have collected evidence and examined a scene. The job of professional crime scene cleaning technicians is not to examine clues, but to clean the affected area thoroughly, meticulously and in an efficient manner.
Myth: Crime Scene Clean Up Technicians Only Provide Services at Homicide Scenes
Crime scenes are actually not the bulk of our work. It is suicides and unattended death where significant damage to the area has occurred. Whatever the biohazard, Sydney Forensic Cleaning technicians are ready to assist across all Sydney and New South Wales suburbs and regions.
Sydney Forensic Cleaning is on call at any time to remediate any situation that may arrive from such traumatic events. Our clients choose us for our proven expertise and discreet approach when providing prompt, reliable and professional Crime Scene Cleaning services. Sydney Forensic Cleaning provides a comprehensive, fully compliant Crime Scene Cleaning service for private clients as well as law enforcement, businesses and insurance claims. We pride ourselves on our prompt and reliable service and back all of our work with 100% satisfaction guarantee.
Trying to remediate a property involved with a disturbance, murder or crime can be an acutely disturbing and hazardous task to complete. Attempting to handle the remediation and biohazard clean up on your own poses health risks without the appropriate training and technical skills.