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Save your money. Stay away from United States Crime Scene Cleanup Schools. There are no jobs.



Don't pay for training because there are no crime scene cleanup jobs. Exceptions, if you work for a coroner (medical examiner) or know someone that does, you know already what I know. You get the jobs and the rest of us do not because our county governments control crime scene cleanup. They monopolize the work for the own self-enrichment; they own crime scene cleanup companies or receive a 10 percent kickback. It's what we call incipient fascism in county California.

Besides, there's no such thing as a crime scene cleanup certification recognized by states, do not give money to a "United States Crime Scene Cleanup School." You need a job and bloodborne pathogen training, that's it. Keep your money.

In defense of victims' families and free enterprise - -

Warn others about county and city employee referred businesses of any type. Demand government transparency; demand public notices in public offices. Get government employees out of the biohazard cleanup brokering business.


Eddie Evans - biohazard cleanup school writer

I use the terms crime scene cleanup and biohazard cleanup interchangeably in my writing. They have simi liar meanings, although biohazard cleanup has a much broader meaning. For our purposes, human blood cleanup, wet blood, moist blood, and dry flaky blood constitute the big biohazards of crime scene cleanup.


Hazardous Material - HAZMAT


Biohazard cleanup and hazardous material cleanup are easily confused by the general public. Both terms have big difference. I write about these differences later. Just keep in mind that biohazard cleanup here has to do with human death cleanup while hazardous material cleanup has to do (mostly) with that stuff under your kitchen sink and nuclear waste. I'm in the middle of a discussion, by the way, over whether fossil fuels in the oceans constitutes a hazardous material (of course it is) and a biohazard (which we know that it is). Terms sometimes have synonyms. In this case crime scene cleanup and biohazard cleanup overlap. Biohazard cleanup and hazardous material cleanup overlap to include crime scene cleanup. Where do we find all three terms working together? See the answer at the bottom of this page.






United States Crime Scene Cleanup School web pages have more to do with common decency and justice than business. So if you feel that you're reading political commentary, it's because I feel like that's what I'm writing. I have two primary purposes for these pages: One, expose civil servant fraud against grieving families, families victimized by homicide or suicide or both. Two, expose biohazard cleanup training (school) businesses' Internet deception. They chisel unsuspecting job seekers in many cases.


Exposing county employee fraud remains my main thrust, rather than making money from these pages. Why?




A Qualification


What follows relates to a very small percentage of civil servants, including law enforcement. In fact, badges are hardly halos and worn by people doing their best, most often. Those wearing law enforcement badges pledged to "serve and protect." It happens that a very tiny percentage, say 0.001, take advantage of their positions -- especially homicide detectives.


Be that as it may, the majority of deception by civil servants in biohazard cleanup related business occurs in coroner, medical examiner, and county administrator (public guardian - - probate court related) departments.) departments.

What this means: short version; long version

California' long version

If you came here after reading google United States Crime Scene Cleanup School, here's the reason for the sign. It's to alert you to your county government's part in fraud against bereaved families.


You need this information. You need to know that your local government now supports a corrupt mentality, not unlike those in Russia's local governments. If local employees insist there's no such corruption, then they should not mind posting public information signs in public places. Many people do not know that government employees are forbidden to profit from their tax payer supported employment.


It begins with federal government legislation to protect medical workers and others against needle stick in the work place. Cronyism (civil servant self-enrichment from their tax payer paid positions) soon spread in local government agencies. Companies began paying hugh payoffs to civil servants for sending families to them for homicide cleanup, suicide cleanup, unattended death cleanup. This arrangement has now metastasized into growing government employee racketeering throughout the USA. You bet they'll deny it. Get the public notices to help save your children's future for democracy.

I ask that you demand your local governments to post signs in their offices. Warn the public against civil servants offering business services of any type. I've fought this corruption in our government as a consumer advocate for death cleanup a long time. I'm left little alternative in this fight to protect free enterprise, but to ask others to share this information. Who knows what else our civil servants are doing to us? Eddie Evans - Orange County, California


California' short version

  • Civil servants (tax payer supported employees) direct families to private companies for money.
  • Civil servants (tax payer supported employees) direct families to their own private companies.
  • Civil servants gain unearned income from family and insurance company wealth.
  • Civil servants gain political power by bribing elected city and county politicians, bureaucrats, and other civil servants.
  • Civil servants spread their control of crime scene cleanup to other cities, counties, and crime scene cleanup companies.
  • Civil servants now have gained footholds in cities and counties across the US for self-enrichment and political power.
  • Civil servants now lobby for greater control in new, yet to be realized methods.
  • Civil servants now resemble Tijuana civil servants and Russian cronies.




See suicide cleanup pictures for a car if you want to learn something. You need only generalize to other trauma cleanup scenes to figure out more about blood cleanup. Visit You Tube for move pictures and slide shows.


Keep your money. If someone wants to hire you as a biohazard cleaner, then they will train you. There are few if any standard curriculums for teaching blood cleanup. You will find standards and certification at the American Red Cross, few other places. Some universities place their blood cleanup protocols online, but even these have their variations. What you can do when doing blood cleanup you can do anywhere, keep you distance. There, you see, free.


Spend you money on one of these "schools" and you will find out what I learned over 10 years ago. You will not be able to start your own business because the county employees send families and businesses to crony companies. They have first contact with bereaved families and businesses. You do not.


Besides, if you wanted to exist as I exist, then you must prepare for many hours of reading and writing. You must have hundreds of web sites and thousands of web pages just to keep even. Without these web pages, you will not find the few prospective clients left by civil servants. Those left over are families and businesses without insurance, without deep pockets.

These prospective clients cannot afford the money charged by monopoly companies. These become the clients that do reach the Internet. Sometimes they reach me. Sometimes on holidays they reach me. Rarely do they reach anyone else like me because few people clean homicides, suicides, and unattended deaths outside of local government related monopolies.


Civil servants cheating victimized families enrages me; just the thought of it alone causes me great anger and indignation. To think that so many people have given so much of themselves to live in an open society, and these fascist pigs take advantage of their privileged position, first contacts with bereaved families become government fraud contacts.


They take advantage of United States's families hurt in ways beyond words. Isn't this enough to cause a person to act out of outrage and a yearning for justice and common decency? Where's the sheriff, the DA, the county administrator? Your guess is as good as mine, and it's not pretty.


As for the biohazard cleanup school chiselers, they're just creepy punks feeding off of the uninformed, the uniformed veterans, among others. What kind of "support the troops" is this, cheating the vets? Then there's the mothers and fathers unemployed by Wall Street goons and oligarchs. Desperate to feed and clothe their families, they turn to these creepy people on the Internet and receive lies and promises to their desperate questions. I know because they call me.


With the few resources available to them, they take a leap of faith and these punks stab them in the groin, figuratively speaking. So who wouldn't do what any decent person would do, then to expose this fraud against job seekers in a world gone mad?


See coroner fraud comments if you want to know why you probably cannot successfully start your own business. In short, your local government employees probably have a monopoly over your county's death cleanup business. You must break their monopoly if you expect to begin your own business.


Coroner Fraud

I use Orange County, California as my model to help explain government fraud in the crime scene cleanup industry.


Today we find some people have a little difficulty recognizing Orange County, California's cronyism in the Sheriff-Coroner's Department. It does exist. A visit to Orange County Fraud will explain how county employees abuse victims' families following their homicide or suicide.


Likewise, Orange County Consumer Fraud shows how consumers of homicide, suicide, and unattended death cleanup services find coroner's employees ready to cheat them. As shown on pages at Coroner Fraud, coroner's employees send grieving families to crony blood cleanup companies. In return, these companies give a kickback to coroner's employees. This local government corruption comes down to who readers believe.


Do they believe me, Eddie Evans, or the Orange County Sheriff's Department. Who stands to profit from misleading the public? How would I profit by spending my time writing about coroner fraud on my many web pages, day-in and day-out, month after month? When a person has hundreds of web pages advertising their services in a county, they ought to receive several telephone calls a year, at least. I receive one at best in twelve months. So who lies?




Orange County Coroner Fraud covers much of these arguments. In short, Orange County's Sheriff-Coroner's employees keep a monopoly over all types of death cleanup related to homicide, suicide, and unattended death cleanup.



Our Orange County victims of violence become victims again as they're swindled by county coroner's employees. I worked for Orange County for over 12 years, Orange County corruption causes me to wonder what went on while I was an employee. I suspected, actually knew, that some employees abused our overtime system, but I didn't know about other abuses.


I call this Orange County Fraud by this name, "Orange County Cronyism."Visit Orange County crime scene cleanup and Los Angeles biohazard cleanup for hints at adding an addition business line to your career plans. Also, crime scene cleanup training offers the same and similar information, but for an entirely different stone. These web pages may be of help to learn how to remove blood during a crime scene cleanup. Last, I reserve Florida for another worthy web page. Florida's cleaning issues stand in stark contrast to United States cleaning issues.



Crime Scene Cleanup Explained

Crime Scene Cleanup is a phrase denoting a type of professional trauma cleaning. Popular culture plays a part in the term's usage. Television productions like Crime Scene Investigation add to the popularity of biohazard cleanup. The term Crime Scene Cleanup is most widely used in the USA. Australia, Canada, and England have added biohazard cleanup to their professional cleaning terminology.


Generic terms include trauma cleaning, biohazard recovery, decontamination, and blood cleanup. The crime scene cleaners' work begins when the coroner's office or other official, government body releases the "scene" to the owner or other responsible parties. Only when the police investigation has completely terminated on the contaminated scene may the cleaning companies begin their task.


A death cleanup following a homicide or suicide may involve a single blood loss event following a burglary, battery, or homicide. Companies also clean suicides, unattended deaths, teargas damaged environments, and other crime and trauma scenes. Larger crime scenes involve terrorist attacks, mass murder scenes, and the cleanup of anthrax and other biochemicals. Standard operating procedures for the blood cleanup field include military methods for the decontamination of internal and external environments.


This small business activity should include small businesses like carpet cleaning and water damage companies. They would add biohazard cleanup to diversify their activities. Some franchise opportunities are available through Servpro and other nation-wide franchisers.


A crime exists within the State. The State's power to exact punishment for an act that violate the law. Political, religious, and moral commands may fall within the State's power to exact revenge, retribution, and isolation.


School laws are considered important in protecting the interests of the State or the welfare of its citizens or subjects. The word "crime" came from Latin crimen (genitive criminis), from the Latin root cernō and Greek κρινω = "I judge". Originally it meant "charge (in law), guilt, accusation." In everyday usage, a crime is understood as any act that violates a law. City sources for your information.







Where do we find all three terms working together?


In the Gulf of Mexico and many other places. Pouring millions of oil into the gulf caused both a biohazard and hazardous material cleanup. Because British Petroleum negligently caused irreparable harm to the gulf fish and more, many people in the United States no longer have their jobs. Some people have committed suicide as a result of this human-made catastrophic catastrophe. (return)



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