Monday, December 8, 2014

Cleaning Up Someone Else’s Act: Crime Scene Cleanup

Have you ever thought about who clears the roadway after a criminal car accident, or who has to clean up when the unthinkable has occurred? Crime scene cleanup is an inherently dirty job, and it comes with a lot of uncertainty that requires additional precaution and care. You can’t combat a crime scene in the same way you would your bathroom or car, because the chemical considerations are real, and the stakes, all too high. When it comes to cleaning the crime scene, it takes a number of key steps. From surveying the scene and donning the right gear to using the right chemicals and controlling any potential contamination, it’s a dirty job, but someone’s got to do it. The infographic below lets you know how it’s all done safely.

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