Law Enforcement Services
Emergency Vehicle and Equipment Cleaning
Steri-Clean can disinfect emergency vehicles for cities, law enforcement and fire departments after the transportation of a person who has left behind potentially hazardous bodily fluids such as urine, vomit, blood and feces.
Jail/Holding Cell Cleaning
Steri-Clean responds to numerous calls annually to clean and disinfect jail/holding cells affected with bodily fluids and pepper spray. After the discovery of a biohazard spill in a jail cell, it is important that it is properly cleaned and disinfected to prevent the spread to other inmates.
Evidence Room Cleaning
Law enforcement evidence rooms including drying cabinets, hanging racks and processing rooms must be properly disinfected and cleaned to prevent cross contamination of DNA evidence. Steri-Clean can disposal of collected evidence such as bloody clothing and other biohazardous waste. Weekly, monthly or bi-monthly services can be scheduled as well as emergency callouts.
Steri-Clean is equipped to clean up any blood spills on roadways, sidewalks, parking lots and other public property. A custom built pressure washing and vacuum recovery system is used to completely rid the scene of any biohazard. This system disinfects the area much quicker than cleaning by hand while eliminating any solid waste disposal. Simply washing away an area after a blood spill does not disinfect nor restore safety to an area. Steri-Clean responds to thousands of exterior incidents to restore safety to the general public.
Fingerprint dust is made up of a black graphite powder that requires a complex cleaning treatment. Steri-Clean has developed techniques and chemicals to properly remove and neutralize fingerprint dust as well as other substances investigators use. (I.e. Luminol)
Steri-Clean has developed techniques and procedures to allow tear gas cleanup to move quickly and effectively. A tear gas neutralizer breaks down the tear gas which is imperative for the cleanup process.
Tear gas is developed to disperse and stick to surfaces. After the initial dispersion, the tear gas settles on all horizontal surfaces. The oily residue must be removed from all areas of the home including walls, countertops, floors, and contents. If any area is left untreated, it will continue to off-gas, causing irritation in the eyes, nose and respiratory tract.
Tear gas is fired out of a gun in a canister shaped like a small torpedo. When the canister hits a structure, it releases a fine oily mist that penetrates all areas of a room. Tear gas usually leaves pink or yellow paint on walls and other surfaces where the canisters have ruptured. Once the tear gas has penetrated into a wall, the drywall must be removed.