Who Cleans Up Crime Scenes?

There are many reasons to hire professional crime scene cleanup companies. Crime scenes, regardless of whether you have ties to the crime, are emotionally charged so this responsibility is best handled by a third party.

Homeowners and commercial property owners are responsible for making sure crime scene cleanup is done. If a property owner hires a professional biohazard cleaning team, their insurance company will likely cover payment. 

Crime scenes contain biohazards such as blood, bodily fluids, and potentially infectious material. 

A professional trauma/crime scene cleanup crew knows how a crime scene is cleaned and has the proper training, experience, and PPE to ensure these biohazards are properly removed and disposed of. 

Professional trauma/crime scene cleanup teams can perform structural cleanups such as fingerprint dust residue removal, graffiti removal, stain removal, debris removal, odor control, and temporary protection and board-up. 

HRS Restoration Services’ professional team has been cleaning up crime and death scenes for nearly forty years. They’re discrete, available 24/7, and work with law enforcement so you can return to a pristine home or business ASAP. 

HRS Restoration Services has received favorable customer reviews for their attention to detail and customer satisfaction. Find out why we’re A+ rated with the BBB. 

Call HRS Restoration Services to schedule an appointment today! 


Why Proper Crime Scene Cleanup Is Important

We hope you never need to know how crime scene cleanup works. 

However, if your home or business is at the scene of a crime, we’re here to make sure the cleanup process is done properly. Since crime scenes may contain blood, bodily fluids, or infectious biohazards like Hepatitis B & C and HIV, it is important to hire a professional with the experience and equipment to ensure their removal. 

A crime scene may also include tear gas, smoke, graffiti, and damage to the exterior or interior of a home or business. A professional team that cleans up crime scenes should also be able to mitigate these structural concerns. 

Finally, crime scene cleanup crews are able to work alongside law enforcement to ensure any physical evidence is preserved. 


Prevention Of Health Problems

The presence of blood, bodily fluids, and other infectious pathogens at crime scenes is a serious matter. If the scene is not properly cleaned, you risk the chance of infection and the spread of disease. 

A crime scene cleanup crew uses EPA and industry-grade cleaners to clean, disinfect and sanitize the area. 


Mitigation Of Structural Damage

Beyond the health risks of crime scene cleanup, you may also be faced with property damage, odor control, and smoke and stain removal. A professional crime scene cleanup crew can address all of these issues. 

Beyond cleaning supplies, a crime scene cleanup crew is equipped to repair structural damage, remove odors and other evidence of a crime using the latest technologies. 

 Avoid Interference With Investigation

In addition, a team that cleans up murder scenes knows how to preserve DNA and fingerprint evidence for law enforcement purposes. 

They have the experience and training to understand what the police need to conduct their investigation. 


Why Choose HRS Restoration Services?

HRS Restoration Services are trusted by property and homeowners to clean up crime scenes as quickly and efficiently as possible. 

Our crime scene cleanup crews are IICRC certified and adhere to OSHA and EPA standards for cleanliness. 

Customers credit HRS Restoration Services with getting them back into their homes or businesses as quickly and as smoothly as possible. 


Services Provided

HRS Restoration Services’ professional team is equipped to handle sensitive situations such as unattended deaths, suicides, homicides, and crime scene cleanup. We’re available to respond 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 


Unattended Death

When someone dies alone, and the time between death and discovery is long, HRS is able to quickly and professionally clean, sanitize, and disinfect the scene. 

In addition, we are able to remove any associated odors or evidence of unattended death. 



HRS Restoration Services’ professionals are compassionate and discrete in handling a suicide in your home or business. Let us handle the emotional and safety-related risks of suicide by removing all evidence of the incident.  



If a homicide has occurred in your home or business, we not only restore your property to its pre-incident state, but we also work with law enforcement to preserve any associated evidence. 


Crime Scene Cleanup

All crime scene cleanup companies are not equal. HRS only employs trained and certified individuals to carry out this sensitive and potentially risky service. Our crime scene cleaners utilize the latest technology and tools to ensure the area is cleaned, sanitized, and disinfected. 


Crime Scene Cleanup Process

Upon arriving at a crime scene, HRS Restoration Services’ professionals assess and evaluate the area. By doing this, we are able to select the proper cleaning agents to use and other necessary crime scene mitigation tools.

We seal off the affected area to ensure the preservation of evidence and to avoid contamination of unaffected areas. 

Finally, we remove and dispose of debris and perform any structural repairs to your home or place of business. 


How Long Does Crime Scene Cleanup Take? 

The length of time it takes to clean up a crime scene will depend on the amount of damage, the time between the incident and our arrival, how many employee hours are needed, and the amount of PPE and other necessary equipment used. 

The range of cost could be between a few thousand or in excess of $25,000 depending on these factors. 


Contact HRS Restoration Services Today!

HRS Restoration Services can handle crime scene cleanup and fatalities cleanup for your home or business in Denver

Call us today for more information or to schedule an appointment.

Always Available

Anytime of day, any day of the year, HRS is here to fix what may seem overwhelming and intimidating. Our professionals in Denver are here to help 24/7.

what is iicrc and Why is it important?

IICRC stands for the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification. Formed nearly 40 years ago, it is a non-profit organization that establishes globally recognized standards for the cleaning and restoration industry, as well as providing certifications, journeyman and master designation, and education.

By choosing a firm with IICRC certified team members, you are assured the cleaning professionals have undergone rigorous training and will handle your disaster restoration with the highest standard of care.


Helping Our Customers Immediately.

Figuring out what steps to take when disaster strikes can be a daunting task. HRS is here 24/7 to walk you through the process and bring your home or business back to habitable condition(s).

Taking care of emergencies so you don’t have to.

At HRS, we understand the panic that can set in when your basement floods or a fire breaks out at your business. We are here 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to repair damage and give you peace of mind.