Spotless, an online TV show

Playing Saturdays on the Esquire network, takes place in the world of “crime scene cleanup.” This “..sexy and bold one-hour drama laced with dark humor…is the story of a troubled man, Jean Bastiere (Grondin) whose life is turned upside down when his outlaw brother, Martin (Ménochet), crash … [Read more...]

Mass Disaster Issues In the Wake of Hurricane Katrina

Katrina Revisited By: Nina K. Carroll, M. Sci When using the term “mass disaster,” many people automatically think of airplane crashes or devastating acts of terrorism. On August 29, 2005, Hurricane Katrina roared to shore along the Gulf of Mexico and changed traditional thinking for many and … [Read more...]

The Body Farm

By Nina K. Carroll M.Sc. In the summer of 1999, I had the rare privilege of doing an internship at the University of Tennessee (UT), Knoxville Department of Anthropology. I conducted my own research on hair decomposition and entered a decade's worth of data on the forensic cases investigated by … [Read more...]

Animal Hoarding as a Risk to Public Health

By: Nina K. Carroll, M.Sci. Animal hoarding is defined as: “someone who accumulates a large number of animals; fails to provide minimal standards of nutrition, sanitation, and veterinary care; and fails to act on the deteriorating condition of the animals (including disease, starvation, and even … [Read more...]

Crime Scene Cleanup Safety for Apartment Managers

(Copyright Amdecon 2005)   Crime Scene Cleanup Awareness for Apartment Managers. Many apartment managers have had the unfortunate experience of dealing with a suicide, homicide, natural death with decomposition, clandestine drug lab or gross filth situation, from a personal and/or business … [Read more...]

Crime Scene Cleanup Employment

Thank you for thinking about working with Amdecon. We consider it a real honor, but we are not hiring. If you are a statistic of the high unemployment rate due to the recession and find yourself unemployed, you might want to consider starting your own crime scene clean up company. Amdecon was … [Read more...]

Chemicals and Levels of Clean

Levels of clean for the crime scene cleanup industry. A topic by Amdecon. Quoted from the CDC: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or CDC, recognizes several levels of clean. They are sterilization, high-level disinfection, intermediate-level disinfection, and low-level … [Read more...]

Clean Techs and Dirty Techs

Clean tech and dirty tech concept for use by a crime scene cleanup company: An Amdecon procedure when working a crime or trauma scene: On a lot of jobs it is best to have one Technician who does not suit up and does all of the uncontaminated work. This Technician is referred to as the Clean … [Read more...]

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