Police & Prison Cell Cleanup
It’s common for police holding cells and prison cells to become contaminated with various biohazardous substances such as blood, urine, vomit or something else.
These create a high risk of infection for those exposed to them and they, therefore, need to be cleaned up by an appropriately trained forensic cleaning team.
In some cases, detainees use what’s known as “dirty protests”. To do this, they defecate or urinate within their holding cell, not using the toilet or other facilities. Sometimes, blood and vomit can also be present.
Although you may not be aware of it, bodily fluids such as these can harbour various infectious diseases which can easily be transmitted to anyone who comes in contact with them.