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Instant Access to Indiana State, County and Municipal Records

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Serving the community since 2007

Indiana Public Records

Indiana State Records has a mission to give every Indianan the tools needed to access and obtain government-generated public records. These tools aid in the exercising of every American’s right to find, examine, and copy public, criminal, court, vital, and arrest records as specified in the Indiana Access to Public Records Act.

The search function on this website offers the people of Indiana an easy, straightforward method for exercising their rights to acquire public records. This can be done with a name and an address, and does not necessarily require personal information be revealed. The only case this may apply is when a record has been sealed, or otherwise made private through legal action.

The records presented on this site contain information on criminal records, court records, vital records, and over 57 million transparent public records.

Public records in this state were created starting in 1808 and usually cover information from all 92 Indiana counties. Both third party and government organizations have started to offer these records online as digitization of public records continues to become more standard. This process has continued for the past three decades. This helps Indiana commit to the promise of the United States of America remaining a fair and just society for all.