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Living in NYC has its ups and downs. It’s great to be in the melting pot of the America, with people from all over the world. Unfortunately, in large cities with high populations – like New York City, violent crime continues to be a problem and violent crime in NYC has gone up dramatically in 2015. What most people don’t understand is that families are left to perform crime scene cleanup after a horrific crime such as a murder, often with no experience on how to handle the situation. Read Full Post
Cleaning a crime scene is one of the most difficult and important aspects of healing after a crime, trauma or accident. A crime scene is a disturbing visual reminder of the pain that your loved one endured and restoring the area to safety is one small way to begin the process of moving past this life changing event. Determining who to hire to perform this cleanup can feel like a daunting task for a family, but fortunately, there are many reputable and experienced crime scene teams that can help in your time of need. Read Full Post
The presence of parties like police and crime investigators in a crime scene is a pretty customary state of affairs. Such parties engage in an exceptionally important part in terms of collecting evidence in order to resolve the respective crime. However, their duty ends up after the collection of evidences; they are not responsible to carry out tasks like crime scene cleanup. Learn More.