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Ontario Trauma & Crime Scene Responders Association

When your faced with the aftermath of a violent crime, suicide, or traumatic accident, your often tasked with cleaning up the scene. The traumatic situation is not to be taken lightly and the situation should not he handled with a bucket, a mop, and a jug of bleach. Cleaning a site that contains potential biohazards is better left to professionals with specialized crime scene cleanup supplies, training, knowledge and experience. In the case of a homicide, suicide, or serious accident that happens at home, it is generally the responsibility of the family to clean up the scene afterwards. For many families, this seems like an impossible and trying task. Fortunately, no family has to go through this process alone. Enlist one of our approved members.

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