Search and Recovery of Dead Bodies
When operations turn from search and rescue to search and recovery, Kenyon coordinates with local authorities on your behalf to arrange for the location and recovery of the deceased. Using archaeological and anthropological-developed methods, Kenyon is capable of collecting evidence and locating obscured or remote burial locations.
Search and recovery teams are scaled by incident size and composed according to your needs, the condition of remains and/or the search and recovery environment. A poor or incomplete search and recovery operation can result in civilians, or even family members, finding human remains or personal belongings on their visits to incident locations.
Kenyon search and recovery operations have included large-scale natural disasters such as Hurricane Katrina, large-scale aviation accidents, government aircraft and smaller corporate and private aircraft losses.