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What Makes Us Different?

trained and certified professionals will cleanup your bio recovery sceneWe are the ONLY certified bio recovery firm in the nation founded by a veteran crime scene investigator (CSI). Owner and president Brian Yarborough worked 18 years in law enforcement, the last 12 as a CSI with the Guilford County Sheriff's Office in Greensboro, N.C. Trained in crime scene photography and blood spatter interpretation, Mr. Yarborough is a licensed private investigator, forensic consultant, and court certified expert witness. Having worked over 2000 investigations during his career, from simple assaults to multiple homicides, Mr. Yarborough and the professionals of CCSR bring a meticulous work effort that is unmatched in the bio recovery industry.

The Carolina Crime Scene Recovery difference:

  • Carolina Crime Scene Recovery guarantees a response time of 24 hours or less to any bio recovery incident in our service area which includes North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia and northern Georgia
  • The professionals of CCSR are trained and certified in Bloodborne Pathogens, Trauma Scene Management, and Odor Control, which enables CCSR to specialize in the cleanup of decomposed remains unsanitary dwellings
  • Carolina Crime Scene Recovery has built an excellent rapport with law enforcement and insurance companies all over the southeast - given his law enforcement experience, Mr. Yarborough knows his way around law enforcement scenes
  • All personnel continually adhere to OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard 29CFR1910.1030, which simply states that at a trauma scene, all body fluids must be viewed as potentially harmful and capable of spreading disease

contaminated mattress removalHere Kaytrell Yarborough, a trained member of the Carolina Crime Scene Recovery team, fully suited for her protection, prepares to remove a contaminated section of a mattress. The contaminated portion of the mattress, which has fluids soaked down to the springs, must be separately disposed of because of the potential hazard of Bloodborne Pathogens. Carolina Crime Scene Recovery is dedicated to protecting its employees, its clients and the general public.

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