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Crime-scene cleanup: Police, firefighters do dirty job in off-duty hours

It lingers long after crime scene-cleanup technicians peel off their biohazard suits. Police officers and firefighters have experienced it all, leading many into the potentially lucrative business of ... read more

10 High-paying Dirty Jobs

Although you don't need a college degree to get a crime scene cleaning job, it can help boost that salary into six figures. There's no doubt these past 10 jobs justify the old maxim, "It's a dirty job ... read more

When a Terrorist Comes to Your Hometown

But instead of family and friends, the sanctuary is host to a crew of volunteers — the chevra kadisha — who will spend the week cleaning up every drop of ... of the building that is now called “the cr... read more

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Yuck! 8 of the Grossest Things People Have Found Left Behind in Hotel Rooms

Meyer, a writer who worked a lot of different jobs over the years to support his writing ... I immediately imagined the hazmat crew missing this spot cleaning up the crime scene that must have been th... read more


Ethnic Crime Families Provoke German Crackdown

Today, about a dozen predominantly Arab and Kurdish families with an estimated 1,000 criminal members dominate the German capital’s organized-crime scene, according to ... been recruiting refugees for ... read more

When recycling, don't be selfish like 'Dick'

The first rule of junior FBI work is to return to the crime scene and gather as many facts as you can ... he suspected happened the weekend morning that dumping Dick did his dirty deed. An important f... read more

The Grim Sweepers

asks John Birrer of the Windsor-based Asepsis crime-scene cleanup company ... he adds. "This is more than a cleaning job. This is stressful," he observes. "You have to be tough and be able to detach f... read more

Top 5 Contemporary Software Engineering Books

Your Code as a Crime Scene. Parts of the book somehow related to: Working Effectively with Legacy Code, Refactoring, Clean Architecture ... Mark said: I feel a little dirty after having read ... read more

From hoarders to homicides, this crew gets the call to cleanup Houston's most gruesome scenes

When crime scene tape goes up, one company gets ready for work. Tonight on Eyewitness News at 10 p.m.: While some jobs can be downright dirty and tough ... It took about 30 minutes to clean, but norma... read more

How Crime Scene Investigation Works

Mr. Clayton explains that in crime scene investigation ... hired crime-scene cleaners to take care of the job so family members and landlords don't have to, and some of these people have formed compan... read more

Mike Rowe: Frequently Asked Questions

How did you get the job? No one to blame but myself. Dirty Jobs grew out of a short segment I used ... Some, however, are too heavy for the tone of the show - Crime Scene Cleaner, for instance. The wo... read more

When death comes unexpectedly, who do you call in the aftermath?

It wasn't until a job posting advertising "crime scene ... a biowash. Dirty air is pumped out with air scrubbers. The technicians are required to wear full hazmat suits, multiple pairs of gloves and p... read more



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