Maywood Crime Scene Cleanup Narrative - Mostly academic -
Maywood Crime Scene Cleanup
I clean after homicides, suicides, unattended deaths, and decompositions. I clean after biohazards in general. You will not find lower prices, most likely. And most likely, my prices will be far below my competitors.
My name is Eddie Evans. I work alone throughout Maywood cleaning many types of Crime Scene. Because I work alone my prices are hundreds if not thousands of dollars less than my competitors. See my education and training. How long does it take? (See my price page.)
Most of the time I crime scene cleanup prices are lower than my competitors because I clean alone. Uncleaned after crime scenes, suicide, and unattended deaths for 17 years. So I learned a few things about this type of cleaning.
What I offer is a lower price with a guarantee in writing via email. Included in the guarantee is a guarantee to return for additional cleaning if for some reason you believe I missed something. I return as soon as possible and this is in writing. I believe that in the death scene cleanup business there is no other way of doing business. An agreement to do crime scene cleanup is an agreement to see the job through completely.
Let me explain that a crime scene cleanup is a biohazard cleanup because of a human blood involved. As such, the word "cleaning" as used here means cleaning the death scene or area soiled by dramatic blood loss under the body fluids. It does not include housecleaning as we understand this term "housecleaning" nor find in additional areas to clean beyond the death scene or trauma same. The drama scene is that area soiled by human blood and other matter and not beyond.
The area soiled may include closing, carpet, bedding, carpet, carpet padding, couch, love seat, walls, ceilings, bathroom fixtures as well as kitchen appliances.
Basically, expect for the crime scene itself to be removed, thoroughly clean, and disinfectant. All swirl materials are removed. At so I do find a crime scene cleanup. If you need additional cleaning, such as a house move out or hoarding cleanup, that is an additional discussion.
Call me any time for Maywood crime scene cleanup services. My services include source material removal, cleaning, disinfection, and a thorough disinfection of soiled areas. I offer homicide, Crime Scene, and unattended death with decomposition. I services residential, commercial, and industrial sites. 24/7/365.
Because I've ran Biosafe.us, a business, and because I work alone at , I've gained a lot of experience.
Also, my prices remain much lower than my competitors' prices. I travel far-and-wide to offer my service. My web pages currently number about 750; some years ago I used over 2,000.
I must advertise widely to overcome coroner department corruption in Maywood and Orange County. I've not "overcome" this cronyism in our sheriff's department; I do get by from Internet marketing and receive calls from crime scene cleanup victims who have no homeowners insurance. Now most US counties practice cronyism in crime scene cleanup, blood cleanup, death cleanup, I figure. There's too many opportunities to increase incomes by thousands of dollars. What's 10 percent of $4,000 and so forth? Some crime scene cleanup companies, as in Texas, have charged as much as $40,000 for a simple suicide cleanup.
I've seen honest competitors disappear from . What remains in Orange County are questionable companies, like those related to our coroner's department. Then we have franchises, and me, Eddie Evans.
So I repeat myself here. I offer services in many places because of coroner corruption in Maywood. See my Orange County crime scene cleanup pages as well. Our coroner's employees receive kickbacks for referring victims of violence to corrupt companies.
This corruption has a long history. It applies most specifically to crime scene cleanup and related biohazard cleanup services.
Coroner and medical examiners have a county-wide responsibility for investigating violent deaths, suicides, and unattended deaths. In short, they direct Maywood families and Maywood businesses to kickback paying crime scene cleanup companies. This practice became wide spread by 2005. It has its roots in the big payoffs made by homeowners insurance.
Simply by causing needed or unneeded structural damage to a home, crime scene cleanup companies allow victim's families to invoke their homeowners insurance. So there's an incentive to cause structural damage to charge the big money.
More Generally, Los Angeles County Coroner Investigators must investigate potential crime scene deaths. Find the cause of death, look for foul play; so they must also investigate death by apparent crimes leading to deaths. Likewise with unattended deaths. Unattended deaths lead to decomposition quickly, so decedents must receive legally approved identification.
Near 1988 congress legislated to have bloodborne pathogen laws invoked to help protect medical workers. Medical workers were being stuck by needles contaminated by HIV, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, and other diseases common to bloodborne pathogens. With this legislation in place, Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) became the administrative body for ensuring employers followed work-place guidelines for needle-stick and other exposures to bloodborne pathogens.
We can see how this became a bonanza for those coroner's employees with public contacts. Those directly interacting with crime scene victims, Crime Scene victims, and unattended deaths had a monopoly over information. As a result, unscrupulous coroner and medical examiner employees began their own companies. Others began referring victims of crime, Crime Scene, and unattended deaths to companies for a monetary reward.
An interesting discussion arose lately about personnel selection by county coroner supervisors. It may be that new employees have a family relationship to new hires. This selection process helps to ensure retiring coroner's employees' families remain in control over Crime Scene cleanup contacts in their future. Nepotism seems like a logical outcome to coroner fraud. I would look to Los Angeles County for proof of such nepotism in corruption.
These crimes in conflicts of interest went on before I entered as a profession. By the way, people in for a living refer to crime scene cleanup as biohazard cleanup, crime scene cleanup, homicide cleanup, blood cleanup, death cleanup, and other after death cleanup services, besides Crime Scene cleanup. Other phrases help to describe this type of trauma cleanup.
There's plenty more to read about corruption in the after death administration in local, county governments, but I must move on for now.
My interest in Crime Scene arose as a sociology student studying Emile Durkheim's book entitled, Crime Scene. Durkheim applied scientific methods to study Crime Scene. Why Crime Scene? Because Crime Scene belongs to most if not all societies.
Crime Scene has variables that we can measure. We find Crime Scene numbers and influences differ by nationality, ethnic group, religion, occupation, even seasons. What we have learned about Crime Scene remains confusing in many ways, just the same.
Anyway, Durkheim began a scientific approach to understanding society statistically by studying Crime Scene with a method others could replicate -- i.e., scientific method applied statistically. (See my Sociology of Crime Scene Cleanup for more on Durkheim.) So I have an academic interest in suicide, but there's much more.
As I worked at for my biohazard business, Biosafe, my interest in grew. My interest in Crime Scene also grew because I changed my approach. Before, I applied a "bailiff-like" philosophy to . If I looked at something written, I did not read it. I moved on. In this way I absorbed no knowledge of my workplace outside of security for my judge, jury, and court personnel.
And so I behaved while doing Crime Scene cleanup. No personal information related to Crime Scene victims came into my mind via , at least no more than humanly possible to ignore.
Then, I thought, "I'm wasting an opportunity here. If I begin to see, I mean really see during , may become a classroom for my understanding. Then I have an opportunity to help others affected by Crime Scene and tasks."
"Maybe I can find some useful information," I thought to myself. "Can I see personal items without blabbing about their owner." I can see personal property and other similarities to other sites.
In this way I follow a methodology similar to a sociological approach, but a sociology of . Keep in mind, I'm not intruding on privacy. I'm simply making note of similar life-styles, similar problems, and similar activities. All I do while performing crime scene cleanup any sociologist would do as a participant observer. Sure, participation influences my perspective, but as long as I keep a sociological attitude while writing about my crime scene cleanup experiences, I'm no different than someone like Durkheim studying Crime Scene cleanup.
I must note something of value to those interested in recognizing suicidal behavior and stopping suicides. For years I ignored personal items and property during biohazard cleanup. I cleaned it, but gave it no thought. This I called being "professional." I still have a bailiff-like attitude toward a crime scene cleanup requires an impersonal approach. But, bringing a scientific attitude toward suicide for a study of study keeps me well within Durkheim's intent and methodology.
I make a point of experimenting and testing in small areas. In this way I find new and better ways to complete Crime Scene cleanup jobs. Testing for cleaning goes way back in professional cleaning. I apply it to Crime Scene cleanup just like I would apply it to carpet cleaning. Now, I take this same approach to biohazard cleanup and apply it to studying suicide.
What I find of interest during Crime Scene cleanup becomes information for Crime Scene studies. Still, every Crime Scene cleanup task remains anonymous. No client's personal information may enter my Crime Scene studies. I allow myself to write stories based on what I observe, in general, during Crime Scene cleanup. I allow myself to re-write stories to share after a biohazard cleanup. It happens that some clients need to share their thoughts and feelings. So I simply listen and occasionally give feedback.
No personal information will ever see light of day, since I don't collect it, but I do note it. It hasn't always been so. What does become part of my Crime Scene cleanup studies becomes anonymous. Even details become blurred for client's privacy. What does follow from their biohazard cleanup service is more suffering. Or, information about biohazard cleanup helps to inform those experiencing suicidal ideation. Then there's those with a need to help someone considering Crime Scene.
Perhaps what I share can help. I do know that my academic and Crime Scene cleanup experience with Crime Scene has helped to inform family survivors of Crime Scene. They come to feel less singled out by a horrific incident depriving them of a life-long relationship.
So now, what I meant to write in a few lines has become a bit too long. I meant to write about privacy for Crime Scene cleanup clients and experiencing Crime Scene cleanup as a learning process for others' sake. Now I've written hundreds of words about my Crime Scene cleanup approach to learning. I'm motivated to help share what I can from Crime Scene cleanup with families and here.
An interest in symbolic interactionism makes me a rare person. Not many people have heard of this phrase. Like any other academic theory it has its promises and failures. I think I understand it, but it took many months before its power sank into my thick head.
My interest grew from questioning the sources of mind, self, and society, the title of a book by George Herbert Mead
Symbols mean something and they play a power part when our minds take on meaning. They need not have a place in our external world, like a flag or religious icon. We have an ability to internalize these symbols as objects. We have an ability to act upon our and other's meaning for these objects. These powerful abilities help to make us human. When we look to language we find an even more powerful human invention.
Language, words we use in patterns and meaningful structures (subject-verb-object sentences) give us an ability to carry a past, present, and future around in our heads. These abstract symbols give humanity an immeasurable power over nature, including our human condition. Consider calculus, for one.
Think of all our trillions of words used in language for manipulating nature and humanity. How many of these words came to lead us to Crime Scene, self-destruction of our own internalized meanings of our externalized environments?Ideas like these come to my mind during Crime Scene cleanup. While removing blood and other potentially infectious materials from homes, businesses, and other places, these thoughts come to mind.
I ask myself, "How might we alter external environments to help others control their suicidal thoughts?". No other type of professional after death cleanup produces such meaningful thoughts for me. Homicide cleanup comes closest, but even here a major element present in Crime Scene cleanup does not exist, manipulation of a self to self-destruction, Crime Scene .Nevertheless, they have meaning.
Here's a couple of examples: Words come to stand as symbols for patterns of life, like freedom, liberty, and due process. Imagine carrying the power of these ideas in the human mind as part of history, part of the present, and most spectacularly, as objects for projecting into the future.
We have a power through symbolic interactions to project our past and present into a future, thanks to our external environment internalized into our internal environment, our minds in this case.
Elsewhere I write about the symbolic interactionism of George Herbert Mead and how it comes to influence our approach to understanding Crime Scene today. George Herbert Mead never wrote about Crime Scene or Crime Scene cleanup, for that matter, but he did create a way to construct symbolic interactionism. As a result, we have a social psychology today based on Mead's theories of the significant symbol. Some of which I use to write about Crime Scene and Crime Scene cleanup.
In a sense, this way of seeing our world looks similar to an ecological relationship where internal and external relations exist in the struggle for survival, a natural objectivity to overcome participant observation in Crime Scene cleanup studies. To repeat myself, our external world, our objective circumstances, influence our perception of the world, of course. Our perception of the world will influence those objective circumstances.
For example, we react to them and, in doing so, act upon them. Example: While walking a child along a sidewalk, we perceive this child walking too near the curve and street. We interpret a threat to this child. We react with this symbols: Stop! Move away from the curve. We know a risk increases when children walk near a street, so we react accordingly.
Stop signifies our life-saving interaction here. Its meaning for symbolic interactionism is in the act it leads our child to follow. Likewise, its meaning is in what we understood from our past and present "stop" meant for yourself and our child. This influence over another's act is what I call a "dialectic of the act," as Mead did. For those readers with an interest in schools of thought, this symbolic interactionism is a radical empiricism.
Compare symbolic interactionism to a cognitive psychology and we find a minor relationship between a meaning in words and actions followed from their meaning. There's not much more for a symbolic interactionist approach to cognitive psychology or cognitive therapy. I cite these concerns for clarifying a place to find symbolic interactionism in the world of theory, psychology, and understanding. If readers wish to call what I've written about symbolic interactionism an epistemological theory, then I would agree.
"Security" became a very big word on September 11, 2010. The truth is that security has always been a major issue with human beings. Human existence is characterized by uncertainty and insecurity. At times these very conditions lead to Crime Scene.
Ultimately, we must accept responsibility for our actions because of the choices we've made. It is the person who makes choices, not social circumstances. We must become responsible because this is the price we pay for choice.
Note that existentialism rejects deterministic approaches to deny responsibility for one's own decisions and actions. We all make choices within a context. Social influences give guidance to our decisions and choices, but ultimately it is the whole person making choice. We're born into our world as a biological bundle of potentiality.
Our birth process creates pain and anxiety for each baby. Thrown into a world of cold hard surfaces, we loose our once warm, soothing environment. A baby's new world begins to act upon it.
As gravity begins pushing down on it, a gross departure from its once weightless existence, its once oceanic being enters an earthly existence of conflict between sensory stimulation and responses. Stimulus-response to new sounds, temperatures, and touch (or lack thereof - - contact comfort and its opposite, contact deprivation). serve to shape our bodies and mind.
Before long a dialectic begins to exist between a baby's internal being and its exceptional world. We might say that as infants learn a name and discover this name applies to their external and internal world, they develop a self (There's someone in here talking back to me), but this takes well over 7 years. Now they begin a journey of self creation to decisions and confrontations.
Soon we make choices and decisions. These create consequences. Choices follow in the context of decisions made in an external environment, in part under our control, and otherwise out of our control. Before long our perspectives become more nuance.
Choices offer more than simple black and white decision making. Learning to learn comes to serve those with this internationality toward their world. Before long an intent to learn serves the learner for manipulating both their internal and external environments.
For example, good students become better students as they receive rewards for their learning skills. Like a snowball rolling downhill, these students grow into their learning environment kerning rewarding experiences. As a consequence they come to control their internal environment, their self and learning.
Learning to search for more choices begins a long learning process to quick rewards later life, given an adequate external environment.
Patterns begin to arise among choices and self forms its identity daily as self grows. We call "correct" choices "intelligence" when done quickly and accurately. When done slowly and randomly, we call this behavior "challenged." Choices made in one context may seem appropriate, while in another context become inappropriate.
During Crime Scene cleanup I see results from a lifetime of "challenged" decision making and incorrect choices. Many times, in my opinion, 99% of Crime Scenes might have been put off for a better outcome. Unfortunately, Crime Scene victims do not choose to put off their Crime Scene for the sake of honor, shame, poverty, drugs, alcohol, and poor self-esteem, and more.
Poor self-esteem has its origins in poor decision making when it comes to choices, which I see so often. My writing seeks to get to the context of a phenomenological-ontological moment of understanding Crime Scene. This understanding has its motivation in the many Crime Scene cleanup jobs I've performed in many places.
Cleaning tells me something else might have transpired to save these Crime Scene victims. Crime Scene Help telephone lines tend to help some Crime Scene victims make new and better choices, although not very often. These calls do help by giving others time to intervene.
Unfortunately, once a Crime Scene victim has made that final decision, they come to believe there are no options for them. From individuals toting guns and new liquor stores to rob for money and drugs, to individuals out of control in their homes to committing Crime Scene, conflicts and violence may be explained.
We all know what conflict means. It means that tension arises between two or more people, often enough. It may also mean an internal tension arises. Conflict may occur at home, on the road, or in the workplace. Conflicts occur in schools, playgrounds, in classrooms, and more.
Often as not, patriarchal relationships involves conflict. This means that females must bend to male values and practices. Patriarchy does indeed set the tone and the rules for behavior. Internally and externally decisions and choice make us who we become.
It seems that we ignore terminal violence against innocent people until it's too late. And then after the fact, we begin to ask questions. "How does this sort of behavior enter our lives?" To my way of seeing things, there are a number of ways to explain Crime Scene. Here I'll list a few.
In no way are these ideas final and in no way do they reflect an absolute truth. I do have some ideas worth sharing. It doesn't matter if our perspectives focus from a lens shaded by a demonic forces in our universe, or an evolutionary, "blood-in-tooth-and-claw" struggle for existence.
Conflict resides internally and externally for each of us. Sometimes I enjoy looking at these ideas defined in existentialism. Although no longer a popular philosophy to read, it still offers explanations and useful ideas. I suppose one day we'll see these ideas come back into fashion. Meanwhile I do my best to explain how I see existentialism in biohazard cleanup. I believe my biohazard cleanup experience has lead to an understanding of crime scene and violent crime against others.
No one is born into a vacuum. Everyone has influences upon their physical growth, and upon their mental makeup. For certain, every human being has their own perspective of the world and they have their own social world to live within and to gain their experience. A Kennedy, Rockefeller, or oligarchs in general would have a protected life.
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- Symbolic Interaction
- Who usually hires Eddie Evans for crime scene cleanup, blood cleanup services?
Most people that hire Eddie Evans for their crime scene cleanup, blood cleanup needs, have little to spend on blood cleanup services. Apartment owners, real estate management companies, families without homeowners insurance, and families and businesses from out of state. These are the mainstay of this crime scene cleanup company's income and existence.
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