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As bleak as death is, it's ultimately just another part of life. And because death has a tendency to strike anyone at any given time, it doesn't tend to happen under ideal circumstances. In other words, not every death can be due to natural causes in a warm hospital bed after living a long, full life.

Posted on Jan 28, 2014

High tech crime scene clean up companies are one of the most important assets within the worlds of both law enforcement and public health and safety. In the United States, the crime scene technician industry has generated approximately $346 million dollars in revenue. In addition to providing a large number of jobs, the industry also provides several other services to both area law enforcement officials and their respective local communities.

Posted on Jan 3, 2014

Detailed crime scene cleaning is not just something you see on television dramas. In fact, there are approximately 506 different businesses in the United States that are dedicated to crime scene cleaning. Together, these businesses employ approximately 1,300 people across the country. Those interested in this line of work will be happy to know that it is growing.

Posted on Dec 23, 2013

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