Suicide cleanup is a process of getting rid of personal possessions that are meaningful to someone who has committed suicide. This de-cluttering and cleaning process will include removal of all suicidal symbols, tins, cans, medicines, etc. Once the suicidal objects are out of sight, they can be given to loved ones or place in a secure location for them to find when they need to. This process will help to reduce stress and anxiety that may come with dealing with a suicide scene and/or cleanup. It can also be done with the family of the suicidal person to help relieve any burden on the family.Many times after a traumatic event, trauma attorneys will conduct suicide cleanup if the incident was considered high-risk. This may be due to a legal proceeding, but could also be because of any death of the person involved, which would also qualify. This type of activity falls under the purview of these professionals, who deal with trauma and its aftermath. They will use their knowledge and experience to assist the client with their needs and to make the scene as easy as possible to deal with. In many cases they will work with law enforcement and other emergency services in the event of a traumatic event to provide as much assistance as possible, which may include removal of the body from the scene, and transporting the body to a medical facility where trauma medical professionals can care for the patients physical health.There are many reasons to de-clutter and clean up a suicide area. There may be a lot of personal items that will mean something to someone during the time of their death and need to be removed. It also involves the emotional trauma of dealing with a loved ones suicide and the aftermath of that. The family of the deceased can have closure and survivors feel relieved and secure that their problem is solved. De-cluttering and suicide cleanup is often done as part of the clients final plan of action, which gives them a sense of purpose and direction in dealing with their own life and that of their loved one.