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Ignore XXX County offers to refer you to a XXX County crime scene cleanup company. These employees are known as "government cronies" and they receive a 10 percent kickback for referring families of violdent deaths and unattended deaths. Sometimes they own the crime scene cleanup company that they refer families and businesses.

 

 

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Crime Scene Cleanup Services -- What's going on?

 

First and foremost, readers need to be aware that a fraction of county employees have a monopoly over crime scene cleanup.

With their monopoly they direct families to corrupt blood cleanup companies. For this service to these blood cleanup companies, companies also known as "biohazard cleanup" companies, this fraction of County employees receive a finders fee. We might also call this finders fee a kickback. This has gone on well over a decade in orange County, California. It has gone throughout the country probably for several decades at least.

 

It was not until this century that the fraction of County employees across the country close ranks. I mean that they now control a monopoly in crime scene cleanup across the country. This means that a fraction of County employees control blood cleanup companies that charge whatever they care. Some of these companies may only charge a few thousand dollars for blood cleanup. Some of these companies are no one to charge tens of thousands of dollars. In the end, taxpayers and victims families lose money and free enterprise.

 

What Companies Offer

 

Companies offer a basic cleaning service for blood cleanup. Wet blood, moist blood, and dry flaky blood, biohazardous fluid. This service should include removal of any objects contaminated by blood and other human fluids. Some objects allow for cleaning and decontamination. Among these we find nonporous goods. Toys, electronics, and tools, for instance, usually allow for thorough cleaning and decontamination -- sterilizing. This type of cleaning calls for a wide-variety of cleaning approaches. Many types of cleaning plans. In the end, a crime scene cleanup company's employees have experience geared to these cleaning demands, on the spot.

 

 

Trust

I say, "You cannot trust anyone in the crime scene cleanup business." It's because of that fraction of county employees controlling the blood cleanup business. So before letting anyone help with your blood cleanup task, get it in writing, signed, dated and time stamped on an email. This is good as a contract.

 

You want a fixed-price guarantee, which means a "no-to-exceed" price. (return) You need to know on paper what this company will do and will not do. Too many blood cleanup companies expect to change their story after work begins. "We need to take out the floor" or "We need to take out the wall" and so forth

 

We sometimes wonder which companies we can trust. Places like Los Angeles have their share of crooks. We find existing companies independent of government fraud desperate to survive. Now they plan to use whatever means they can to stay in business. Widening their approach to cleaning to include house cleaning may mean survival for some. In these days, though, survival without an contact with county employees seem hopeless. So I am saying that most Los Angeles blood cleanup companies have some type of connection to the coroner, county administrator, or even the Los Angeles Police and Los Angeles Sheriff's Departments.

 

Whatever the case, I would look for a tiny fraction of civil servants taking part in this type of blood cleanup consumer fraud. I would not look for much of it in the LAPD. I would look for a greater percentage of blood cleanup fraud in the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department.

 

Why should we think of the Los Angeles?

 

Sheriff's Department has corrupt in small numbers, but still corrupt? Because I have found this corruption deeply embedded in the orange County corner Department. One author happens to be in this business mentioned one Sheriff's deputy who had contact with corners employees.

 

To my experience I've learned that most of this type of consumer fraud takes place in the corners Department. Much of it actually takes place at a checkout desk in the corners Department. Here families must sign for having received their loved ones property. Here families must show that they have identified their loved one.

 

 

There so much money involved in death cleanup that it's hard for some employees to ignore this opportunity to cash in. Because of the some employees start their own business. It's almost impossible for them not to make great profits. They have virtually no overhead outside of inexpensive cleaning supplies. They have no advertising fees, which happened to be my greatest costs for doing business. In fact it's impossible for me to make a good profit because of my advertising fees.

 

But I advertise my blood cleanup services for more reasons than one. I advertise out of a sense of social responsibility. I also advertise out of common decency in a sense of responsibility to those who have been victimized by homicide, suicide, or unattended death. Somehow someone, somewhere must bring this type of government employee fraud to an end. That's why I continue this work.

 

Crime Scene Cleanup Cleaning

 

"Cleaning" in blood means more than the typical janitorial work found elsewhere. In crime scene cleanup this term includes some of the skills used in the construction trades, but not a lot. Skill saw, screw driver, and other tools may come into play. Some of the knowledge used in carpet cleaning, water damage and restoration, and power washing may come into play; not just for doing "cleaning," for what not to do during a blood cleanup task.

 

Blood cleanup in decades past usually meant an undesirable task, but not a dangerous task; now blood cleanup has become a dangerous task because we know more about microorganisms. History too has come to us as an enlightening force.

 

From history we find that blood cleanup practitioners learn that viruses create plagues and go without notice; through medical forensics humanity uncovers the causes of plagues; shedding light on the source of plagues and other dangerous biological problems.

 

 

 

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