Crime Scene Cleaners in Baltimore
and surrounding areas
Once law enforcement has finished their investigation, many people need help when a crime and/or death has resulted in a rather disturbing cleanup situation at their residence or business. The crime scene cleanup professionals at Advanced Bio-Treatment in Baltimore are ready to take care of it. No family should have to clean up after a loved one has been a crime victim or has passed away. Advanced Bio-Treatment of Baltimore has the knowledge and experience required to ensure that your home or business is once again safe for your family or employees.
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The teams of professionals at Advanced Bio-Treatment are also fully trained in the removal and disposal of the materials used in the processing of a crime scene, from cleaning up fingerprint dust to removing the toxic chemicals left behind by the use of tear gas. These and other materials used to process a crime scene can pose a health risk to your family or employees and they must be disposed of in order to render the site safe again.
Advanced Bio-Treatment of Baltimore will assess the scene and coordinate with law enforcement and other crime investigators to ensure proper handling of that scene. All crime scenes must be released by law enforcement before any cleanup can begin in order to eliminate the possibility of disturbing the crime scene. We understand that homeowners and corporate personnel are anxious to get everything cleaned up as quickly as possible, but official permission must be obtained before the scene can be cleaned up so as not to interfere with the investigation of the crime.
A: Advanced Bio-Treatments provides crime scene cleanup service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and we offer services in many parts of the United States. We proudly serve Texas as well as the states on the eastern side of the Mississippi River, excluding Wisconsin. Please contact one of our knowledgeable specialists at 800-295-1684 for more information.
A: A forensic cleaning service provides contamination control for crime scenes. The cleaning process also involves the removal of hazardous pathogens and materials and restoration of the area. The area is restored to its previous condition prior to criminal activity. Forensic cleaning must only be completed by training professionals. Specialized equipment is used to deal with hazardous materials.
A: It is unfortunate that death can and does happen in residences. Since people are still going to live in these homes, it is important to thoroughly clean the crime site of putrid odors and remaining biological materials. Death scene cleaning services are recommended because they specialize in removal and remediation of biohazardous material. This is vital after a death has occurred due to dangerous materials and bodily fluids that could otherwise be left behind.
Death: With death scene cleaning, biological materials are removed. These materials are left behind after the death has occurred. The death scene area is cleaned back up to the original state.
Trauma: Trauma sites are cleaned using specialized trauma site cleaning techniques. At these sites, a traumatic event has occurred, so death may not be a factor at some trauma scenes. There may have been an attempt of death, but the death may not have occurred. There could still be hazardous material or biological fluids that need to be cleaned.
The main difference in the death scene and trauma scene is whether a body is involved or not.
A: There are many diseases can be caused by bloodborne pathogens. Even long after the removal of a body from a scene, there is still a risk of infectious diseases. A person does not need to have contact with the body to be at risk. Pathogens can exist in the bodily fluids that remain at the crime scene.
Bloodborne pathogens can cause hepatitis (Hepatitis A, B and C) and other serious issues. HIV and MRSA infections can be contracted and can be life-threatening. Therefore, it can be hazardous for untrained persons to be exposed to pathogens.
A: It is unfortunate, but pathogens can still spread outside of the crime scene area. We advise to never assume that any nearby area is safe. Pathogens and germs can lurk in places you lease suspect. Your health can be affected negatively, so take proper precautions and make sure the contaminated areas are professionally cleaned as soon as possible. The longer an area remains infected, the greater the risk of disease contraction.
A: The reality is that bloodborne pathogens can still be present even if there is not any visible blood. Very small traces of blood or other bodily fluid can go unnoticed and can be detrimental to your health. Many times, these microscopic traces of bodily fluid is only detectable by trained professionals and the risk of coming into contact with pathogens is very possible. If the crime scene is a death or trauma scene, it is highly probable that pathogens remain in the area.
A: If a crime has been committed in your home, contact law enforcement right away. There should be specific investigators assigned to the crime scene case. You can work with them to schedule for trained personnel to cleanup any hazardous conditions associated with the crime scene. The most important thing is to help prevent contracting diseases from contaminated areas. While the investigation and cleanup process is in progress, plan to find an alternate living arrangement until your home is safe to return to.