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.
There are countless popular TV shows right now that focus on the police and crime scene investigation after a homicide or other violent crime. We watch these shows intently for an hour as the pieces slowly start to come together for the characters. Sadly, in real life, the puzzle can be much more difficult to piece together and the family and friends of the victim are left to struggle with the shock, horror and terror associated with the violent crime. Crime scene cleanup is rarely mentioned on TV either, but is a grim reality once the first responders have left the scene.
Just like any state in the USA, Louisiana has its fair share of crimes. Research shows that Louisiana had the highest murder rate in the country in 2012, which was 10.8 murders per 100,000 people. It would make sense that New Orleans, LA averages the highest number of murders in the state. Additionally, studies indicate that Louisiana also led the nation with the highest incarceration rate during 2013. What happens to these crime scenes after law enforcement and detectives pull out any needed evidence? The mess is left to the owner of the location.
The aftermath of a crime scene is not something that many individuals are prepared for. Since most crime scenes are unexpected, there is no way to prepare for the mess that is left behind. If you live in Little Rock, Arkansas, and a crime scene has occurred on your property, don’t try to tackle the cleanup yourself. Often times, the leftover debris, trash, or bodily fluids can be hazardous to your health. Let KRI and our certified cleaners handle your Little Rock, Arkansas Trauma Cleanup needs so that you can focus on yourself during this difficult time.
For most people, the thought of having to deal with a homicide only occurs in nightmares. Unfortunately, there are murders that occur every day in our country, and Texas is no exception. Have you ever thought about what happens to the crime scene once the police and investigators have collected all of the evidence? Well, someone has to clean up the aftermath, and it should not be an immediate family member. The individuals that are directly related to the individual who was murdered should not be the one’s dealing with the crime scene cleaning. Instead, team up with KRI Crime Scene Clean Up, a professional cleaning provider that specializes in homicide cleanup. No matter what time of day, our dedicated staff can handle the messy work so that you and your family can focus on recovering from the devastating event.
Even the word “Suicide” can cause an emotional response. This is a situation that nobody wants to deal with on a personal level. It is important to seek professional help to Cleanup the Scene of a Suicide. There are biohazard concerns around most suicide scenes, both visible and nonvisible to the eye. KRI is specially trained to handle the cleaning, sanitizing and decontamination of the entire scene. Contact with blood or other body fluids can be very harmful to your health. KRI is a team of OSHA Certified Cleanup Professionals that service the Houston, TX area.
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.