The author concerns himself with facts related to how crime scene clean-up really works. First he leads readers through a brief history. How did this type of biohazard cleanup become a great big, multimillion dollar cleaning industry so easily monopolized by government employees?
Critical readers begin to reflect when they read Internet articles about crime scene cleanup. They read that crime scene cleaners can make up to "$600" an hour. Crime scene cleanup schools advertise that there's little "competition." In fact, these articles and schools describe this form of janitorial work as something akin to the great California gold rush. So, a critical reader should ask, "How does crime scene cleanup work?".
Besides, "What's to stop county employees from using their privileged positions following homicides and suicides to have their own company cleanup the bloody messes?".
I know because I've been a crime scene cleanup company owner for over eight years. I have no civil servant referred jobs, period. I explain more below.
We see crime scene cleanup criminality because in one regard, "How Crime Scene Cleanup Works" articles are correct: Many crime scene cleanup companies do make $600 per hour. Some make more. Most add hours unnecessarily by adding crime scene cleanup practitioners and biohazard waste boxes needlessly. So it took county employees in contact with family survivors of homicides, suicides, and unattended deaths only a moments reflection to figure out $600 an hour plus their bi-weekly pay makes a lot more sense then one or the other. Besides, without their privileged contacts with decedent's families, they would lose their privileged contacts, their monopoly.
How long to you think it takes a lieutenant or sergeant over-seeing a coroner's department's crime scene and suicide victim's intake roster to figure out how many millions await his/her administration? Not long at all, once she/he hears about this $600 an hour. This means there's plenty of money to go around to keep everyone happy and the status quo in place.
This greedy idea grew so quickly and so close to home almost everyone, but perpetrators, missed this government corruption deep at the tail-end of law enforcement. It seems odd that a county pathologist has medical training with many thousands of hours study beyond a BA degree while making a fair, middle-class income; meanwhile, high school graduates in these same departments make tens of thousands of dollars more.
I know these ideas because I experience them first-hand through my Orange County death cleanup web sites. In Orange County I own hundreds of web pages for blood clean-up, suicide cleanup, unattended death cleanup, and more. A person with an interest in Internet marketing might guess that so many web sites in an Orange County Internet network would create many telephone calls. It does not happen that way. What happens is just what I mentioned above, coroner's employees have their own companies and/or the send families of the dead to their own companies or crony companies.
There's not much more to it, other than congress created the conditions for this sort of fraud. Congress voted in the bloodstone pathogen act to protect US labor from deadly bloodstone pathogen diseases like HIV, hepatitis B, and hepatitis C. As a result congress accidentally created a very profitable business for those interested in cleaning up blood from violent deaths and decomposition following unattended deaths.
During decomposition, enzymes in blood shape blood's adhesive qualities as it dries. This adhesion occurs by intermolecular attractions. If we think of tiny magnets within the tiny enzymes, each pulling to those surrounding it, we get an idea of what goes on as blood decomposes.
Inevitable corruption shown in article, "How Crime Scene clean-up Works" - - Continued
Our author shows how local county corruption works in his home county, Orange County, California. Using hypothetical and deductive arguments, our author shows Orange County's residents do not use Internet resources. (Readers immediately deduce our author's error in reasoning. He errors in this one finding. We all know that Orange County's citizens do use Internet resources, just not for death clean-up services.)
He then moves on to some gritty nuts-and-bolts of how crime scene clean-up works.
Use these Assumptions
"How Crime Scene clean-up Works" articles tell how owners share their rewards with employees. Maybe they don't. If they don't, then they ignore worker's wages.
Also, the world of death cleanup looks like a rose bed for many city and county employees. Again, these employees have a monopoly over contact with families of homicide, suicide, and unattended death cleanup victims. This places companies like Biosafe in a precarious position, at best.
Fewer honest biohazard cleanup companies exist today than dishonest biohazard cleanup companies. How could it be otherwise? This is How Crime Scene cleanup Works -- really works.
So unless you belong to that inner-circle of local government employees with crony contacts, you are SOL, sure-out-of-luck.
For more information of this sort, visit Orange County Consumer Fraud. Also, find Orange County Government Crooks for related information. Soon, How Crime Scene clean-up Works will begin articulating how Orange County's Sheriff jailers created a monopoly over the bail bonds services in Orange County, California. See Orange County Fraud for information on this growing controversy.
Perspectives on How Crime Scene cleanup Works
Sooner or later, everything on earth becomes a matter of perspective for life's forms, including humans. So it's no different when we ask, "How does crime scene clean-up work?". Here I try to imagine perspectives as found in answering our question.
There's a lot going on when we talk about perspectives. First, we're talking psychology talk, a type of talk many of us are just now approaching. It's easy talk for sure, though. It's a matter of trying to figure out how we think anode how others think by some standard rules. Here's some of those rules for thinking psychologically about perspectives on How Crime Scene clean-up Works: