The National Academy of Crime Scene Cleaners


    The National Academy of Crime Scene Cleaners was established in 2009. A group of trauma specialists came together to raise the professionalism of the industry and create unique solutions for customers’ facing difficult situations.

    The consequence is the increasing professionalism of crime scene cleaning, with clients now recognising that in order to discharge their responsibilities properly, they are required to use cleaning operatives who have been adequately trained on an accredited training scheme.

    Book a Course

    To book your place on our three day training course please visit our dedicated website by clicking the link below.

    Please complete the online application form and a member of our team will be sure to contact you.

    Should you require any further information, please contact the team at:
    helpdesk@nacsc.co.uk

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    Order Products

    We have a range of products on our online shop to compliment all all types of cleaning.

    To order products, please visit our dedicated shop by clicking the link below.

    For further information on any of our products, please contact the team at:
    helpdesk@nacsc.co.uk

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    2019 Course Dates

    Our current courses available for booking are as follows:

    11th, 12th & 13th March 2019

    17th, 18th & 19th June 2019

    14th, 15th & 16th October 2019

    18th, 19th & 20th November 2019

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    Why choose the N.A.C.S.C?


    We provide accredited and rigorous training which preserves the health and safety of cleaning operatives and others, while enabling the police and other bodies to be ensure that they are meeting their statutory responsibilities.

    The threats which can be present at a trauma scene are now recognised to be considerable, including many blood born pathogens.

    With the recent tightening of regulations, those overseeing specialist clean-ups have to take into account the health and safety of those at the scene and any one who may be affected afterwards and ensure their ongoing wellbeing.