An Unattended Death creates a potentially hazardous situation for anyone responsible for the death cleanup. Body Decomposition can begin quickly in the heat of a Texas summer. You need the help of professionals from KRI, who are trained and adhere to Strict Protocol for cleanup of an Unattended Death in Texas. Our technicians are discreet […]
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.
One of the most unfortunate parts of life is death. Though it is one element we cannot elude, a person should never have to be forced to clean up the death of a loved one. When suicide, murder (homicide), an accident or any other reason for death occurs, no one is standing by the police officer, investigator, or emergency response team offering their cleanup services. The responsibility falls on the family, property owners or anyone closest to the victim.