Over the course of an arrest, the offender may contaminate either the patrol car or jail cell. Whether the contamination occurred due to a nauseous subject or communicable disease, Bio-Clean of New Jersey is here to take care of all your decontamination needs. Many police departments are charging the cost of decontamination to the offender as part of their punitive damages. We will invoice your job within 24 hours so the paperwork can be attached to the offenders file. We will dispatch 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in order to get your patrol car and jail cells back into action fast.
Most clean up companies merely wipe down the contaminated area with bleach or other household disinfectants. Bio-Clean of New Jersey will disassemble all the pieces of the patrol car or jail cell, including removing the seats of the patrol car, to ensure proper and thorough decontamination. We use appropriate enzyme detergents and hospital strength sanitizers to make certain we have done an appropriate job cleaning up. Every police car is treated with ozone gas to help oxide off and destroy pathogens at the molecular level. The final step is to fumigate with an anti-microbial pesticide and odor control products.