Crime Scene Cleanup Training

Our Training - Received by Students From as Far Away as Canada, South America, Europe & The Middle East

Should you drive a car after only viewing a video? Should you scuba dive after only reading a manual? Should you fly a plane after only attending a lecture? The answer to all of these questions is of course, NO!

To learn a skill or trade, hands-on training with oversight and instruction is imperative. At Bio-Trauma 911, Inc. we believe that "practice makes perfect". Our hands-on training module gives us an edge over other companies that fail to provide hands-on practical application of industry standard techniques and principals. Our Crime Scene Cleanup Training Course will prepare you like no other similar course of instruction.

Insurance companies, property managers, medical examiners, home owners and others will expect you to be professional, knowledgeable and proficient. Are you up for the challenge?

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Introduction | What to Expect

What is Crime Scene Cleanup


Biohazard Remediation, which is more commonly referred to as Crime Scene Cleanup, involves the identification and removal of blood and bodily fluids following a criminal act, trauma related incident or accident. It is a service that is in great demand with very few qualified companies available to meet that demand.

Following a crime, traumatic event or accident, and after the removal of the body or injured person, business management or the home owner must face the daunting challenge of removing the blood and fluids that remain. More often than not, a police officer, firefighter or medical examiner will recommend the property owner to contact a crime scene cleanup company. Most of the services required for proper remediation will be covered under the property insurance policy and requires only the policy deductible be paid by the insured.

The day #5 business module of our biohazard remediation course will provide you with information related to income, expenses and estimated profit margin. This training module will also provide you with a wealth of information, handouts, CDs and more to help you to create a professional and profitable business. While we don't publish this information, the profit margin expected through your new biohazard remediation business may be great enough to afford you the financial stability and independence you've been searching for.

If you're interested in starting your own crime scene cleanup or biohazard remediation business, please take a minute to visit to view an eBook package that contains just about everything you need to know to start your own business.


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Steps to Reserve a Seat in Our Training Class


We want you to be comfortable with your decision to choose Bio-Trauma 911, Inc. for your biohazard remediation training needs. Therefore if you have any questions regarding our crime scene cleaning course or how to sign up for our course, please call Steve Hanna or Brandon Stone at 1-800-759-6960 or Email Us. Even if you have what you feel is a dumb question or one that may be answered somewhere in our site, please don't hesitate to call Steve or Brandon. We are here for you before, during and after your initial training so please reach out to us for help and advice.

The staff of Bio-Trauma 911, Inc. is committed to providing a comprehensive and dynamic learning experience to each and every person we train through our crime scene cleanup training course. Our staff is comprised of police officers, medical professionals, chemical experts and others dedicated to this goal.

The crime scene cleanup training course offered by Bio-Trauma 911, Inc. is one of the most competitively priced courses offered in the United States. Complete with Power Point presentations, videos, study materials, professional instruction and hands-on training, its value cannot be matched.

Please follow any of these links to learn more. Here are the steps you should follow:

    1. Read this "Training Overview"
    2. View our "Training Outline" to learn about the subject matter(s) covered in our course
    6. Visit the bottom of any of our training pages to make either a full or partial payment. A mimimum of $400 must be received to reserve a class seat
    7. Pay the remaining amount due for the class within two weeks of the training start date
    8. Our staff will make contact with you once a reservaton form is received. You may wait to make a payment until you speak with us but we cannot guarantee a class seat without payment. Call us at 1-800-759-6960 with any questions.

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Training Environment


The Bio-Trauma 911 Crime Scene Cleanup Training Course is only offered in Indianapolis, Indiana. Our course is open to both individuals and businesses located in the continental United States and abroad.

Participating students will be welcomed to a learning environment that has been structured to promote a solid understanding of the crime scene cleanup process. During the classroom portion of our training course, students will be provided with several manuals, materials on CD and offered refreshments. During the dynamic hands-on portion, students simply walk next door to our training suite, complete with several mock crime & trauma scene scenarios.

Students will stay in a hotel close to the training facility and will receive a complimentary ride to and from the hotel for training participation when needed. In addition, students who require assistance will be picked up at the airport or bus terminal and returned for their departing flight or bus trip.

Bio-Trauma 911, Inc. has welcomed students from nearly every part of the continential United States, parts of Canada and from several countries in Europe and South America. Nearly every student who completes our course of instruction goes on to start their own crime scene cleanup company. Other students, who may be enrolled by their employer, return to their company to start and head new divisions involved in the crime and trauma scene cleanup industry.

Upon graduation, students receive certification cards with picture ID and certification patches for their shirts or jackets. These will be provided free of charge to each graduate.

Training Subjects


  • Types and uses of personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • Various types and proper use of tools, equipment and chemicals
  • Methods of crime scene cleanup and trauma scene cleanup
  • Crime scene cleanup & local, state and federal guidelines and regulations
  • Blood borne pathogens and OSHA regulations
  • Setting up and marketing your new business
  • Bidding, costs & profit margin
  • Hours of hands-on training
  • And, much more!



Students traveling to Indianapolis for our Crime Scene Cleanup Training Course will have the option of complimentary rides to and from our training center, from any hotel within five (5) miles of our business address. We recommend students stay at Drury Inn & Suites Indianapolis Northeast, located at 8180 Shadeland Ave, Indianapolis, Indiana 46250. This hotel has a 4.5 star rating and nightly rates that average $110. Their phone number is (317) 849-8900.

Some of the accommodations and features offered by Suburban Extended Stay Hotel are:

  • Pool
  • Hot Tub
  • Free Parking
  • Free Wi-Fi & TV
  • Microwave & Refrigerator
  • Hair Dryer
  • Iron & Ironing Board
Hotels reserve the right to change pricing without notifying Bio-Trauma 911 or our students. Lodging is not included in the cost of training and is the responsibility of our student(s)
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Various other topics will also be discussed. Please view our Crime Scene Cleanup Training Course Outline for more information.

Limited seating is available for each of our crime scene cleanup courses and all available class seats are generally sold within weeks of the class start date. We are currently accepting reservations for all of our upcoming training courses. To view our training dates, please click here Training Dates. To reserve your seat early, please visit our Online Reservation Page. Our class size is limited and seats do not last long.

Bio-Trauma 911, Inc. does not offer any type of financial aid and does not act as a job placement agency. Should you have any questions regarding our crime scene cleanup training course or the reservation process, please contact Steve Hanna or Brandon Stone at 1-800-759-6960 or click Contact Us.

General Questions About Training

We typically only accept eight students for each class. However we have recently expanded our classroom and training suite to accomodate up to twelve students.

Our classes typically fill up very quickly. If you are interested in attending one of our classes, please reserve your seat as soon as possible.

Please click this Reservation Form Link to be redirected to our reservation form (the link will open in a new window so you will not lose your place in our website). Once your reservation form is received, we will make contact with you to let you know if seats are still available. If a class seat is still available, we will require a down payment to hold your seat. You may opt at this time to make either the down payment or to pay in full for your class seat.

We are not an employment agency and will not find you a job after you complete our course. We will however make every effort to refer business to you and/or your new crime scene cleanup company in area that we do not currently service.

Our training course is offered in Indianapolis, Indiana. Since a good portion of our training is hands-on in a staged training environment, it is not possible for us to offer this training in other areas.

No. Your meals and lodging are an additional expense. Our training staff does provide drinks and snacks during the day. In addition, students receive a discounted rate at a local hotel. To book your hotel reservation, please call Suburban Extended Stay Hotel at (317) 598-1914. Let them know you are a student of Bio-Trauma 911, Inc. and your nightly room rate will be $45 for a studio and $55 for two queen beds.

Bio-Trauma 911, Inc. accepts checks or credit cards. If paying by check, please submit payment at least two weeks before the start of the course. If paying by credit card, payment may be made by clicking this Online Payment link.

You will have the option of rescheduling to a different course date or you may receive a refund. We do retain part of the down payment to cover our processing fees, administrative time and loss of income if we are unable to sell your previously reserved class seat.

We do not accept financial aid or offer any type of tuition assistance.

Bio-Trauma 911 started in the year 2005. Approximately 3 years later, in 2008, we began offering a crime scene cleanup training course

Training Photos

  • Simulated Decomposition Simulated Decomposition Each scene will vary
  • Blood Spatter Blood Spatter Excessive but good for training
  • Simulated Suicide Simulated Suicide Animal blood used for training
  • Power Tools Used Power Tools Used Separate biohazards from items
  • Lots of Floor Work Lots of Floor Work Floors usually covered with biohazards

Training Links

Please use the links below to reserve & pay for your class seat. Seats do not last long, so don't delay!

Contact Us

Please contact Brandon Stone using the email link or phone number below if you have any questions regarding our Crime Scene Cleanup Training Program.