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Homicide Clean Up - What Is Involved?

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« on: December 09, 2017, 09:50:13 am »

A homicide is the killing of one person by another person and may be viewed as an unfortunate act or justifiable. Murder and homicide are two different things as murder is usually considered a criminal act. When the crime scene investigation is finished and everyone has finished his or her work at the scene of the homicide it is time to do a homicide clean up of what is left behind. Most of these scenes involve various matter from the body such as bodily fluid so it is usually not a good scene to clean up. Depending on the crime, it can take an hour to several days to clean the scene completely to look as if a homicide never occurred there. There are a variety of jobs done at the homicide scene.


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