Crime Scene Cleanup Narrative
Crime scene cleanup is a culturally derived phrase arising from movies like Pulp Fiction and a variety of television programs related to forensics following homicides. It's a popularized way of applying a more narrow field of biohazard cleanup.
Santa Monica crime scene cleanup companies has more similarities than differences to crime scene cleanup companies throughout the United States. Most of these companies follow bloodborne pathogen protocols for biohazard cleanup tasks, at least in theory if not practice. Ultimately, it's the individual cleaner's responsibility to apply bloodborne pathogen practices to the task at hand. Since most crime scene cleanup practitioners are employees, they must have bloodborne pathogen training and renew this training yearly.
As for other matters related to crime scene cleanup practitioners as employees, there are no crime scene cleanup school certifications or degrees that fulfill public academic requirements. Several small certifying bodies do exist that "certify" a number of service trades, but certifying requirements remain within certifying company requirement. This is to say that certification as a crime scene cleaner has little academic merit in traditional scholarship requirements for certifying bodies.
My crime scene cleanup prices usually remain well below my competitors' prices. A few reasons for this come to mind readily. One, I do not need to pay 10% kickback, finder's fee, to the many Santa Monica corner employees involved in crime scene cleanup cronyism. Two, since I do all cleaning by myself, I do not have employees to pay. I do not have employees' additional expenses for Social Security, medical insurance, vehicle insurance, vehicle maintenance, vacation pay, or retirement programs to pay into.
NOTE: If you must perform crime scene cleanup after a violent act for lack of funds, visit Crime Scene Cleanup Blood Cleanup for suggestions. In the near future Downey Crime Scene Cleanup will have its own suggestions for blood cleanup.)
Eddie Evans, me, lives 1 mile from Santa Monica. He went to school in Santa Monica. He has cleaned hundreds of death and trauma scenes. Crime scene cleanup involves homicides, suicides, unattended deaths, and other biohazardous environments.
Eddie's cleaning experience includes military trauma cleanup, crime scene cleanup, and accidental death cleanup.
Eddie is compassionate and discreet, and will help reduce the anxiety created by a death scene.
Because Eddie cleans each and every violent crime scene alone, solo, he has cleaned hundreds of death scenes. For certain he cleaned over one-hundred violent crime scenes throughout California and other states.
Because Eddie owns the domain name Crime Scene Cleanup which exists to help those in need of cleaning and cannot afford cleaners. Crime scene cleanup also exists to expose corruption in coroners' offices.
Eddie also uses affordable-crime-scene-cleanup.com for the same purpose. For a more general approach to biohazard cleaning he used biohazard cleanup, to help reach those in need of blood cleanup issues.
Without question, his domain name for Homicide Cleanup serves Downey crime scene cleanup marketing needs in a specific area of blood cleanup.
then there's suicide cleanup and many other after death cleanup websites.
Almost single-handedly Eddie fights cronyism in crime scene cleanup found in local governments. In particular, he has a keen eye for cronyism in coroners' departments, especially in Orange County, Santa Monica. Cronyism in crime scene cleanup costs tax payers money, lots of money.
You can trust that you will receive superior crime scene cleanup service. You can trust that you will receive attention that only a crime scene cleanup business owner can provide.
Biosafe has no middle-man, no one else to share the risks and rewards of professional cleaning.
There are very few companies offering their owner as their solo biohazard cleaner. Few companies have employees with my cleaning experience, including military trauma cleanup. Few companies have hands-on experience for cleaning hundreds of homicides, suicides, and unattended death scenes. I do.
You will not find a more experienced crime scene cleanup company than Eddie's.
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Eddie and Ernie Evans run their Santa Monica crime scene cleanup company to suit the cleaning needs of people first. They do not send a sales person to prospective clients. Prices quoted over the telephone are THE prices for crime scene cleanup. They do not change prices because another issue or several more hours add to their crime scene cleanup cleaning jobs.
Priced for the family, business, and insurance industry, Eddie and Ernie hope to help you if your situation requires crime scene cleaners.
Los Angeles, also known as "The City of Angeles," ranks above all other counties for population in the US. About one-in-four Californians live in Los Angeles County, which consists of 88 cities.
Finding causation for violent crimes in Santa Monica creates as many theoretical problems as anywhere else. Psychologists, sociologists, and others report that childhood development contributes to violent criminal behavior. Where a stable home exists, children have a more stable environment for the development of stable emotions, stable learning progress, and an ability to anticipate what tomorrow brings.
About 90% of family homicides occur from male violence against a family member, usually women. In terms of crime scene cleanup, cleaning after gunshot wounds and knife wounds occur most often in Santa Monica. Whenever alcohol or drugs or both are available, crime scene cleanup becomes a two day activity in some cases. It seems that crime scene cleanup follows the development of some families. It also seems that some children grow up destined to become Santa Monica crime scene cleanup subjects.
Violent homes breed violent children in many cases. Children model on their parents. Problem solving becomes a matter of hitting and kicking others to redress imagined wrongs, to get even, and to avoid challanges. Crime scene cleanup follows families in some Santa Monica neighborhoods.
Here I begin discussing violence from childhood in its more obvious situations. First, I begin by considering animal cruelty as an indicator of violence to come and learning experience leading to greater violence. If the reader needs more elaboration on "learning experience" consider the young couple twisted by the male's violence against the young female. He slaps her around during a quarrel. They "makeup."
What the male learns that violence against the female may continue without severing their relationship. The female begins to learn the physical violence belongs to their relationship. This is what I mean by "learning experience for violence to come," as shown by cruelty to animals by some children.
The philosopher John Locke gives us something to think about when rearing children to learn compassion toward others:
"The custom of children tormenting and killing beasts, will, by degrees, harden their minds even towards men, and they who delight in the suffering and destruction of inferior creatures, will not be apt to be very compassionate, or benign to those of thee own kind." John Locke
A large number of violent offenders describe their cruelty toward animals. Depriving animals of food, water, shelter, socialization, torture, maiming, mutilating, or killing animals covers cruelty to animals. A walk in many Santa Monica neighborhoods reveals these forms of cruelty taking place in many homes. Meanwhile, Santa Monica neighbors remain silent.
If families allow cruelty to pets, we might expect cruelty toward children to occur in the same families. Coercive family interaction patterns and children's attibutional biases give us some information about aggressive and antisocial behavior.
Coercive family interaction often arises when parents have poor parenting skills. As a result a cycle of violence develops. For the coercive, parent relying heavily on punitive and aversive control of their children satisfies immediate control issues. For long-term child development, coercion and aversive control lead to unpredictable behavior. We expect that children raised in such Santa Monica environments learn to repeat their parents' inadequate parenting skills.
Children's attributional biases means that children learn to accuse others of somehow demeaning or infringing on their place in the world. The schoolyard bully becomes offended when innocently bumped in a while in a lunch line. The neutral child becomes a hate object, and all too often a target for violence. In this way children attribute a bias toward others. Include race, sex, and other stereotypes in this mentality, and serious violence may follow later in life.
We need look no farther than Santa Monica gangs for childhood attributional biases. Stereotyping neighbors in neighborhood gangs has a long history in Santa Monica. Police and Los Angeles newspapers continue to document senseless homicides against innocent bystanders for no good reason. Attributing biases to others with the help of gang rivalries comes easily enough for their tribal-like mentalities. Street names become rival biases to attack with great violence. Applying attributes to neutral parties occurs for no good reason.
Gang members become young parents. They pass on poor parenting skills. Their children become victims of the cycle of violence in the home and on the street. In the family and on the street, coercion pushes children toward violence. For Santa Monica, there are few jobs, few skills, and few place to withdraw from the tragedies unfolding in Santa Monica, generation after generation.
For the young males, becoming a father furthers a family illusion learned to recreate a life in the gang image and family image. For the young girls, "having his baby" remains a child's dream of parenthood's romanticism. In the end children become parents to homicidal children in the gang environment.
As often as not, Santa Monica child welfare workers cruise Santa Monica neighborhoods without harm. With their little, 4X4 inch paper badge danling about 4 inches below their chins, child welfare workers walk through gang neighborhoods as if unseen. If any gang attention comes their way, it resembles a smirk.
Santa Monica's child welfare workers are literally childrens' surrogate partents in many cases. In some neighborhoods over half the males go to prison by age 30. Mothers left with a house full of young children need help and the Santa Monica's liberal spirit shows itself in the Child Welfare Department. In steps the overworked child wefare workers to help raise and protect children without resources.
Child care workers remove and return children to their natural parents' home day and night. They follow infants from birth to age 18. From one adoptive family to another, children rely on their welfare worker for assistance and continuity. If many children under the county's guidance have a bright spot in life, it grows from their on-going, steady relationship with child welfare workers. We must look to those children remaining locked up because their social skills and collective association skills were developed too late, too narrowly, and shallow.
These children become homeless at 18 and seldom benefit from Los Angeles programs. They become gang members if not prison population fodder. Crime scene cleanup follows their lives all too often. All too often they become the object of a Los Angeles crime scene cleanup.
For the truth of the matter, they grew up without proper guidance. The grew into manhood in no more than tribal relationships in Santa Monica, and no less than tribal relationship in Santa Monica. By my math, most of us would have done the same.
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