This crime scene cleanup web site seeks to explain crime scene cleanup in broader terms than found elsewhere. As a crime scene cleanup web site, it seeks justice from perpetrators, crony free government, and a scientific approach to biohazard cleanup. Crime scene cleanup entails biohazard removal following homicides, suicides, unattended deaths, and other blood cleanup tasks. This web site also leads in the fight against local government corruption in death administration. Read about local government corruption in Orange County, California. Our crime scene cleanup directory seeks to help families and businesses find information.
Crime Scene Cleanup
A partial solution to local government corruption:
Post signs in public places
homicide, suicide, unattended death, and decomposition cleanup-- call at any time.
Demand transparency in government.
Author fingers Orange County's employee corruption.
It's easy as pie: A " law-enforcement official who was launching Orange County Crime Scene Cleaners . . . . ". The Dead Janitors Club - - See my review. See my book response. I'm too fat and too old not to write something, anything.
See graphic of How Crime Scene Cleanup Works.
Coroner and medical examiner employees have no business sending families to crime scene cleanup companies. Call your sheriff's department. Insist that that public notices appear in conspicuous places in county offices. Stop civil servant corruption in cities and counties.
Sheriff-Coroner's Cronyism - - Sheriff remains unburdened by facts, ignores department employees cheating homicide and suicide victims.
To answer the questions, "How do biohazards exist in the crime scene cleanup business?", a few short lines will do. All blood in the following conditions constitute biohazards.
Wet blood exists as a biohazard because it has a potential to host and pass on bloodborne pathogens, deadly germs. Injecting or otherwise causing inoculation from bloodborne pathogens raises the biohazard risk.
Moist blood may also cause inoculation of bloodborne pathogens through a direct or accidental inoculation.
Flake blood exists as a biohazard because its potential to become an airborne biohazard; I've yet to hear of anyone injured in this manner, but the Center for Disease Control (CDC) does caution against flake blood. Possible inoculation by eye contact becomes a hazard.
In general, if bloodborne pathogens in exposited blood present as great a risk as some crime scene cleanup schools owners say, crime scene cleaners deserve over $100 per hour. As crime scene cleaning goes, few company owners would ever pay fees commensurate with the biohazards they predict on job sites.
Just the same, any object capable of releasing blood when squeezed or otherwise compressed constitutes a biohazard.
Do people in Orange County still use the Internet?
By reading this piece the reader will understand that a disconnect exists between Orange County's grieving residents on the one hand, and free enterprise cleaning companies on the other hand.
You can take my word for it. Tax payers do not reach the Internet because county employees intervene between the grieving tax payers and their free market cleaning companies. If those in need of an Orange County crime scene cleanup company made it to the Internet to search for a cleaner, my business and others would flurish beyond expectations. But it is not so.
We need to ask the critical question about Orange County, "Why do the county's homicide, suicide, and unattended death" survivors not use the Internet to find professional crime scene cleanup help? They obviously do not.
Other Companies Hurt by Cronyism
Telephone calls from other crime scene cleaners about cronyism seem to have increased. "How do you know when you have cronyism," I'm asked. "My business does not do well." Competition increased, without a doubt.
I try to remain objective and stick to the facts because finding cronyism in local government follows from indicators rather than conspicuous displays. It's not unlike Washington D.C. or Moscow. It's not unlike finding racial and ethnic discrimination by numerical findings, rather than observation.
A new decomposition cleanup for Arizona, California, Nevada, and Texas just just went up.
Local government employees monopolize crime scene cleanup, especially some sheriff-coroner's employees. Those with crime scene cleanup contacts are probably chislers. Government employee referred companies screw grieving families.
"Facts are such silly little things." "Don't be afraid to see what you see." Ronald Reagan
Just like Moscow, Tijuana, and Washington DC, county governments have their cronyism, too. I use Orange County, California's sheriff-coroner and public administrator's cronyism for my examples.
Without common decency, a few county employees reflect the worse criminal conduct in government employment. Given an opportunity, they will mislead bereaved families. They send these families to corrupt crime scene cleanup companies. Companies in the business of paying kickbacks for these opportunities to cheat families. At times, these employees own the corrupt company. The depravity of cronyism in coroner, medical examiner, county administrator office, and fire departments exceeds drug dealers criminality. They, at least, do not nurse on our government's tax payers.
Also, people who buy from drug dealers have a choice. Victims of county cronyism have no choice. County employees ensure victims' families enrich corruption employees. After all, these employees ware badges, stinking badges.
We have a war on drugs, silence about cronyism.
Do people in Orange County still use the Internet?
By reading this piece the reader will understand that a disconnect exists between Orange County's grieving residents on the one hand, and free enterprise cleaning companies on the other hand. County employees direct these families away from free enterprise, the open market for crime scene cleaners.
I'd have more business than I could possibly handle if families reached the Internet. I suppose that I would need two warehouses for equipment, too. Families guided by county employees ensure that honest companies receive little to zero business. This goes on year after year.
Visit this Orange County Consumer Fraud page for more information.
A high Internet marketing footprint returns few or no local calls for cleaning service -- my experience.
When a double homicide and suicide occur, or other type of multiple, violent deaths, high price tags lead to county employee competition for these choice cleaning jobs. This becomes an administrator employee's golden goose when they land an Orange County Probate Court assignment. See Mr. Mull's incriminating comments for proof of misleading directions. I do not receive opportunities to bid on these, ever.
County employees, including county fire and law enforcement personnel play a role in this. A violent homicide, violent suicide, or decomposition following an unattended death cleanup comes with high price tags when the homes belong to middle-class families. Three-car garages tip off cronies to high profit, low-risk insurance fraud possibilities. At times in Orange County, and probably other counties, husband and wife crony teams gang up on bereaved families. There's no way for these families to learn that their county contacts are using them as commodities to sell corrupt claiming companies.
What about local government employees?
The number of crony employees working in any county government department must remain a fraction of the employee population. The more employees aware of cronyism, the greater the risk of exposure. Besides, the more in the know, the more with their hands out for a payoff.
County employees "circle the wagons" when an imagined threat from outside their cubicles threatens the status-quo. Most working adults have a sense for this pride in place.
Also, new employees are at risk of intimidation by cronies with seniority, rank, and privilege. Older employees go-along-to-get-along.
In Orange County whistle blowers become "rats" in the midst of those they expose because few employees receive termination notices.
Last, I was assured by the Orange County Deputy Coroner that no consequences would be suffered by any employees caught giving preferential treatment to private companies.
This meant to me no risk attaches to cronyism in the coroner's office.
The point? We cannot trust county employees, top to bottom. Again, these dishonest employees represent a tiny fraction of our county employees. It takes only a few to turn government into an anti-democratic, social structure.
We face a future like third-world countries. Will anyone help stop this slide into crony capitalism?
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