A violent crime is defined as a crime in which a perpetrator uses or threatens violence onto another individual. The FBI puts violent crimes into four major categories: murder, forcible rape, robbery or aggravated assault. As you might expect, crimes of this nature leave behind a victim who needs immediate medical attention and a crime […]
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.
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.