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Once police officers and other law enforcement officials have processed a crime scene, the crime scene cleaning process can begin. While it is often perceived that the police officers or crime scene investigators clean up the crime scene once it has been processed, the reality is that law enforcement officials do not have the means to perform this sort of specialized service. Therefore, the responsibility of cleaning and restoring the crime scene is left largely to that of the family.
As a police officer, you are faced with traumatic situations daily. From violent crimes and homicides to suicides and serious accidents, you have likely seen it all. Still, when a member of your community has been a victim of a homicide, you want to do what you can for the family and help lighten the burden that they will inevitably face in the days and weeks to come.