Homicide Cleanup Services

Homicide Cleanup Services

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Homicide Cleanup Service Overview

Homicide is defined as the act of one person killing another person. This general term indicates that the “homicide” can occur in any place, with or without reason, and regardless of the cause of death. The first responders or crisis counselors will tell you very early on if you need to reach out to a professional biohazard remediation company.

Professional Homicide Cleanup Services

Any instance where blood or bodily fluids are involved will automatically require professional biohazard cleanup—this includes homicides. The owners and technicians of Bioteam have the experience and knowledge to help you navigate the fallout of a homicide event. We will handle every stage of the cleanup process and even assist with the insurance claims process if needed.


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Homicide Cleanup Process

As soon as we receive your call, we will put together a plan to meet with you or a representative at the location where the homicide occurred. Whenever possible, we want to be there prior to the police department leaving, as they may have information about the event that will help us provide the best possible service to you.

  • Inspection – Prior to any cleanup service, we assess the situation to determine the scope of the work and provide a realistic idea of what needs to be done and how long it will take us. With homicides, each situation is different. Some of the factors we may need to take into consideration include location, number of deceased, cause of death, weather, and time of day. We will also consider damage to flooring, walls, and personal property. If any of these items need to be removed, we will provide documentation to your insurance company to assist in the rebuild portion of the process.

  • Cleanup & Waste Disposal – We are licensed to clean, transport, and dispose of any biohazardous materials. We utilize only EPA-approved chemicals and follow all EPA guidelines for blood and other potentially infectious materials. Our entire team is IICRC certified to ensure we can provide you with the best possible cleanup after a homicide event.

No matter the circumstances, we will take every step possible to help return your home or property to its pre-loss condition.

Related Services

Vehicle Cleanup

If the homicide involved a vehicle, we can help coordinate our services with the impound lot and/or vehicle repair shop. In some instances, we may need to transport the vehicle to our facility for decontamination prior to releasing it for repairs.

Blood Cleanup

Depending on the nature of the homicide, there may be blood that has been spilled on the property. If this is the case, a professional biohazard cleaning company needs to come in and ensure your property is safe from bloodborne pathogens.

Bodily Fluids & Human Waste Cleanup

If any bodily fluids were released because of the homicide, you will need biohazard cleaning services. Human waste and bodily fluids can transmit bacteria, viruses, and other potentially infectious materials. We can take care of your property and ensure it is safe for you to re-enter.

Frequently Asked Questions

Our first responder friends will have information on who to contact regarding the homicide itself, as well as grief counseling and funeral services if needed. Generally, they won’t be able to recommend specific companies for these services, but they will confirm if you need to call a biohazardous waste cleanup team to come out. We will be able to help with the cleanup as well as referrals to general contractors, mechanics, and even nearby hospitality/lodging if needed.

You may not need biohazard services at that point, but it is still good to have us come out and provide a free consultation. We can help you assess any areas that may need to be disinfected to reduce the risk from other potentially infectious materials or future odor issues related to the homicide.

As soon as the police have completed their investigation, they will release the property back to the owner. At that point, we can begin our cleanup services. Each scene is different, but we can usually expect to finish our work within a day or two. We will give you our best estimate of time when we arrive on scene so that you can plan accordingly.

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