Trauma and Crime Scene Clean-up
ServiceMaster DCS crime scene and trauma clean-up services will involve a team of highly trained technicians and a thorough cleaning
We also recognize that the cleaning process is only a part of a trauma situation; our technicians are trained to handle sensitive situations with assurance and skill. As part of this service, we can offer contact information for the following support organizations:
The Compassionate Friends
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)
National Center for Victims of Crime
Parents of Murdered Children (POMC)
We offer processes to clean:
Tear gas cleaning
Disinfecting and odor removal
Vehicle mishap cleaning
Hoarding and gross filth
After a traumatic event, two things mater most: response time and level of experience. It takes dedication and professionalism to handle situations involving violent crime and accident scenes. We’re ready to take care of everything – 24/7/365.
At ServiceMaster Clean Disaster Cleanup Services, we understand this; we can help. Our crime scene and trauma clean-up services will involve a team of highly trained technicians and a thorough cleaning while demonstrating the sensitivity to be a compassionate partner with you when you need it most.
Federal law requires that bio-clean technicians must be trained to remove all signs of biological contamination. Our experts are certified to control blood-borne pathogens, utilize proper protection gear, and are equipped to handle and dispose of biological materials. With ServiceMaster Clean Disaster Cleanup Services, we meet all health and OSHA regulations – tempered with integrity, professionalism and respect.
- The Compassionate Friends. A national self-help organization to assist families in resolving grief following the death of a child. 877-969-0010 www.compassionatefriends.org
- Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD). An organization offering assistance and support to families affected by alcohol and drunk driving. 800-438-6233 www.madd.org
- National Center for Victims of Crime. An advocacy group that provides resources and support to victims of crime. 800-394-2255 www.ncvc.org
- Parents of Murdered Children (POMC). A self-help group dedicated to helping families and friends of those who have lost their lives to violence. 888-818-POMC (7662) www.pomc.com