Seeing a crime scene is something that is impossible to forget. And, it is much different than what is often portrayed on TV. Nothing can prepare you for seeing the aftermath of a violent crime, especially when someone you love is the victim. One thing that TV never seems to focus on is how difficult cleaning the crime scene is. This should never be done by loved ones or a residential cleaning service. A crime scene simply must be cleaned by a professional crime scene cleanup company. KRI is Louisiana’s crime scene cleanup expert with a team of professionals ready to step in during your time of need and help you and your family get closure and heal.
No one expects to get the terrible news that a friend or family member has committed suicide. The flood of emotion that comes with the news can be terribly painful, overwhelming and potentially devastating. Suicide grief is unique in that it combines so many intense emotions including sadness, guilt, shock, confusion, danger, and even rejection. Significant support is often necessary for those left behind to handle the aftermath of a suicide. One very difficult thing that should never be handled by friends and family is the cleanup.
The process of Cleaning Up After a Crime is one that nobody wants to do. There are both physical and emotional aspects that are very difficult for anyone who is close to the traumatic event. Violent Crime Cleaning requires a scientific approach to safely sanitize and restore the scene to a safe environment. Specially trained technicians at KRI are EPA and OSHA Certified for death and crime scene cleanup in the state of Oklahoma. We enter the crime scene after the investigators have completed their work at the scene.