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Hamilton County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Hamilton County Public Records?

As defined by the Indiana Access to Public Records Act, Hamilton County public records include any document created, maintained, or retrieved by a public body. The law empowers the public to examine, scrutinize, or challenge the information on a public record. Hamilton County public records are available in different forms, such as paperwork, audiotapes, videos, images, and maps. The state statutes provide some exceptions to this rule. Details deemed confidential under state or federal law are unavailable for public inspection. Other sealed information includes medical reports, law enforcement investigations, Social Security Numbers, and any information that could threaten public safety.

Hamilton County Crime Statistics

Indiana does not provide crime statistics for its counties. Instead, the Federal Bureau of Investigation offers limited crime data for certain Indiana cities and counties through its UCR (Uniform Crime Reporting) Program. The FBI has annual crime totals for Carmel, the largest city in Hamilton County. Crime rates for the city are representative of the overall crime trend for the county.

In 2017, Carmel City law enforcement agencies recorded 17 violent crimes and 695 property crimes. Violent crimes include six cases of rape, six robberies, and five aggravated assaults. Incidences of property crimes include 61 burglaries, 596 instances of larceny-theft, and 38 motor vehicle thefts. Compared to 2013 crime figures for the city, the violent crime rate fell by 15%, while the property crime rate declined by 6.6% in 2017.

While murder and aggravated assault rates remained the same in 2013 and 2017, the five-year crime trend for Carmel City indicates that rape (15%) and larceny-theft (4%) rates went up. On the other hand, the city recorded fewer robberies (45.5%), burglaries (52.3%), and motor vehicle thefts (13.2%) in 2017.

Are Hamilton County Criminal Records Public?

Hamilton County criminal records are open to the public. Available information on a criminal record includes the individual’s name, the offense committed, physical descriptors, and pending indictments. The Indiana State Police will release limited information for a name-based search, and a complete background check if a fingerprint-based search is requested. In Indiana, driving violations are not criminal offenses. Therefore, they will not appear on a criminal record. Some minor municipal violations may also not appear on a person's criminal history. The same goes for most arrest or offense records involving minors. Interested parties may obtain Hamilton criminal records online or by sending a Request Form to:

Indiana State Police
Criminal History Limited Check
P.O. Box 6188
Indianapolis, IN 46206-6188

How to Obtain Hamilton County Police Reports and Arrest Records?

The Hamilton County Sheriff's Office provides police reports and arrest records to the public. Interested parties can conduct background checks for Hamilton County arrest records through email, sending a fax to (317) 776-9835, or visiting the Indiana Case Search platform. Also, the Hamilton County Sheriff provides crash reports to eligible parties. Requesters can query the Sheriff's Office through email or by mailing a written request to:

Hamilton County Sheriff's Office
Attention: Records Section - Crash Reports
18100 Cumberland Road
Noblesville, IN 46060

Local Police Departments can also provide Hamilton arrest records that are within their purview. Record seekers can query any of these municipal offices for arrest records.

Arcadia Police Department
208 W Main Street
Arcadia, IN 46030
Phone: (317) 984-3456

Atlanta Police Department
105 E Main Street
Atlanta, IN 46031
Phone: (765) 292-2355

Carmel Police Department
3 Civic Square
Carmel, IN 46032
Phone: (317) 571-2500

Cicero Police Department
70 S Byron Street
Cicero, IN 46034
Phone: (317) 984-3648

Fishers Police Department
4 Municipal Drive
Fishers, IN 46038
Phone: (317) 595-3300

Noblesville Police Department
135 S 9th Street
Noblesville, IN 46060
Phone: (317) 776-6340

Sheridan Police Department
506 S Main Street
Sheridan, IN 46069
Phone: (317) 758-2500

Westfield Police Department
17535 Dartown Road
Westfield, IN 46074
Phone: (317) 896-5236

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Hamilton County

The Indiana State Police maintains a statewide Sex and Violent Offender Registry. People can search the registry by name, street address, or phone number. In a bid to help residents monitor sex offenders living close, the Indiana State Police provides a Sex Offender Notification System. With this, subscribers can receive mail updates on their registered email. Members of the public can also search the Hamilton County Sheriff's Offender Registry. The Sheriff also provides a notification system for monitoring offenders.

How to Find Hamilton County Inmate Records

Members of the public can find inmate records using the Hamilton County Inmate Search Tool. The Hamilton County Sheriff's Office maintains this repository and makes it available for public inspection. The jail roster lists inmates alphabetically. Interested parties may search for inmates by their names, subject number, booking date, and booking number. They can also filter search results to show previously released inmates.

How Do I Visit an inmate in Hamilton County Jail?

The Hamilton County Sheriff's Jail Division oversees the county jail. People can visit inmates on weekdays, between 8:30 a.m. and 10:00 a.m, 1:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m., and from 7:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Intending visitors can contact the jail captain on (317) 776-9800 to schedule a visit. Visitors are subject to a check before entering the facility. The jail captain prohibits contrabands such as drugs and ammunition. All visitations occur at:

18102 Cumberland Road
Noblesville, IN 46060

Court Records

The trial court system in Hamilton County comprises Circuit, Superior, and City Courts. There are ten court locations in Hamilton County.

Hamilton County Circuit Court
1 Hamilton County Square
#106
Noblesville, IN 46060
Phone: (317) 776-9629
Fax: (317) 776-9664

Hamilton County Superior Court No. 1
1 Hamilton County Square
#106
Noblesville, IN 46060
Phone: (317) 776-9629
Fax: (317) 776-9664

Hamilton County Superior Court No. 2
1 Hamilton County Square
#106
Noblesville, IN 46060
Phone: (317) 776-9629
Fax: (317) 776-9664

Hamilton County Superior Court No. 3
1 Hamilton County Square
#106
Noblesville, IN 46060
Phone: (317) 776-9629
Fax: (317) 776-9664

Hamilton County Superior Court No. 4
1 Hamilton County Square
#106
Noblesville, IN 46060
Phone: (317) 776-9629
Fax: (317) 776-9664

Hamilton County Superior Court No. 5
1 Hamilton County Square
#106
Noblesville, IN 46060
Phone: (317) 776-9629
Fax: (317) 776-9664

Hamilton County Superior Court No. 6
1 Hamilton County Square
#106
Noblesville, IN 46060
Phone: (317) 776-9629
Fax: (317) 776-9664

Carmel City Court
One Civic Square
Carmel, IN 46032
Phone: (317) 571-2440
Fax: (317) 846-0835

Fishers City Court
1 Municipal Drive
Fishers, IN 46038
Phone: (317) 595-3130

Noblesville City Court
135 S 9th Street
Noblesville, IN 46060
Phone: (317) 776-6344
Fax: (317) 776-6377

Are Hamilton County Court Records Public?

Generally, Hamilton County court records are open to the public. Most Hamilton court records fall under open information as defined under Indiana's Access to Public Records Act. However, some court records may be unavailable, especially if they contain confidential information or fall under records exempted by the state statute. A court may also seal a court document if it could tamper with a person's right to privacy when released. The Hamilton County Clerk of Courts is the primary custodian of court records within the county's jurisdiction.

How to Obtain Hamilton County Civil Court Case Records

Some Hamilton County civil court case records are available online via the Indiana Court Case search tool. Interested parties can search the repository by Case, Name, or Attorney. The record seeker will need to provide the Case Number, Citation Number, or Cross Reference if searching by Case. For the Name and Attorney search, the requester will need to provide the names and dates peculiar to the record. Most court records are available at the office of the Hamilton County Clerk of Courts. Interested parties can write to the Clerk to search and obtain copies of a court file. The requester must ensure to provide information about the record. Contact the:

One Hamilton County Square
Suite 106
Noblesville, IN 46060
Phone: (317) 776-9629

How to Obtain Hamilton County Criminal Court Records

Criminal court records for Hamilton County are on the Indiana MyCase search tool. This database is open to the public. Anyone in need of a criminal court record can look it up by filling in the required details about the document in the provided box. Generally, the information required includes the parties involved, the court dates, and the case number/citation number. The requestor should also select "Hamilton County" as the county option and "Criminal and Citation" for an effective search. The Hamilton County Clerk of Court’s Office also houses court documents. Interested individuals can query the Clerk in written form and must provide information about the court file as detailed and accurate as possible.

One Hamilton County Square
Suite 106
Noblesville, IN 46060
Phone: (317) 776-9629

Conducting a search is subject to our Terms of Service and Privacy Notice.

What are Hamilton County Vital Records?

Hamilton County vital records are official documents that give information about life events within the county's jurisdiction. These records include birth certificates, death records, divorce records, and death certificates. Most vital records are open in Indiana, although documents containing sensitive information are unavailable for public inspection.

The Hamilton County Clerk of Courts and the Indiana State Department of Health are the two offices in charge of maintaining vital records under state laws.

Where and How to Obtain Hamilton County Divorce Records

Hamilton County divorce records are available at the office of the Hamilton County Clerk. Generally, divorce records are open to the public. The requester will need to submit a written application containing the full names of the divorced parties, ex-wife's maiden name, and date of the event.

Copies of divorce decrees are available at the county courthouse located at:

One Hamilton County Square
Suite 106
Noblesville, IN 46060
Phone: (317) 776-9629

Where and How to Get Public Hamilton County Marriage Records

People can purchase copies of Hamilton County marriage certificates from the Hamilton County Clerk of Courts. Marriage records are available for public inspection under Indiana law. The cost of a certificate is $1, payable by cash or money order. Applicants will need to send written requests to the Clerk's office by mail. The written document should contain the married couple’s names (before and after marriage), the marriage date, the requester's phone number, and email address. Submit the document with a self-addressed, stamped envelope to the:

One Hamilton County Square
Suite 106
Attn: Marriage Records
Noblesville, IN 46060
Phone: (317) 776-9629

The Indiana Marriage License Public Lookup, Indiana Marriages Database through 1850, or Indiana Marriages Database: 1958-2018 are useful tools for those who are not sure if the event occurred in Hamilton County.

Where and How to Get Confidential Marriage Records in Hamilton County

All Hamilton County marriage records are open to the public. Interested parties can obtain copies of a marriage record from the Hamilton County Clerk. A copy costs $1, payable by cash or money order. The Clerk can only provide marriage records by mail. The address to write to is:

One Hamilton County Square
Suite 106
Attn: Marriage Records
Noblesville, IN 46060
Phone: (317) 776-9629

Where and How to Find Hamilton County Birth Records

Hamilton County birth records are within the purview of the Indiana State Department of Health. Legally, birth records are only available to eligible requesters. These persons and corresponding requirements for identification include:

  • The person named on the record;
  • The record holder’s parents, if named on the record;
  • The record holder’s spouse;
  • The record holder’s child or grandchild. However, such a requester must prove the existence of the relationship;
  • Grandparents of the record holder’s parents, if the record lists the parents;
  • The record holder’s siblings;
  • The Court Appointed Legal Guardian of the record holder who must present a copy of guardianship papers with a seal;
  • The attorney representing the record holder, who must provide a direct interest outlined on court documents or a business letterhead;
  • A federal or state employee who must provide a work ID and an expression of direct interest outlined on a court document, business letterhead, or a signed authorization issued by the client;
  • The employees of a Social Agency who must provide a work ID and an expression of direct interest outlined on a court document or a signed authorization issued by the client;
  • The step-parent of the record owner who must present sufficient proof of marriage to the subject’s parent;
  • Anyone trying to establish the person’s genealogy if the record’s subject is over 75 years old or dead. For the latter, the requester must present some proof of death.

Requesters are required to present one (1) form of a valid and current Primary Picture Documentation, which could be any of the following:

  • A front and back copy of a Government-Issued Driver’s License or State I.D.;
  • A front and back copy of a United States Military I.D.;
  • A Data Page copy of a US or Foreign Passport;
  • A copy of a Veterans I.D.;
  • A copy of a green Mexico Consular I.D.;

Requesters who cannot provide any Primary Picture Documentation may submit two (2) forms of valid and current Secondary Documentation which could include:

  • A copy of a Social Security Card with signature;
  • A copy of a Department of Corrections I.D. Card or
  • A print out of a College School I.D. attached to the proof of current enrollment, which could be an official transcript or letter from school administration;
  • A copy of a Work I.D. Badge attached with proof of current employment, which could be a computerized paycheck stub or a letter from the employer;
  • A copy of a Voter Registration Card which includes the requester’s current address and name;
  • A copy of a Current Vehicle Registration (not a Title of Ownership), which includes the requester’s current address and name;
  • A copy of a Military Discharge Letter (DD214);
  • A copy of a Home Rental / Lease Agreement or Warranty Deed, which includes the requester’s current address, name, and signature (s)

The State Department charges $10 for a birth certificate and $4 for additional copies purchased simultaneously. Payment is by check or money order made out to the Indiana State Department of Health.

There are different ways to apply for copies of a birth record from the state office. The requester can place an order online, contact the office through the phone, or send a completed Birth Records Application form by mail to:

Indiana State Department of Health Vital Records
2, North Meridian Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Phone: (866) 601-0891

A second option is to contact the local health department in Noblesville. The requester can call the office to purchase copies of a Hamilton County birth certificate for a $15 fee. Alternatively, submit a Birth Certificate Application to:

Hamilton County Health Department
18030 Fountain Drive
Suite A
Noblesville, IN 46060
Phone: (317) 776-8500

The applicant should also provide a self-addressed, stamped envelope and enclose a cash or money order payment. Hamilton County's Health Department does not accept personal checks or credit cards.

Where and How to Find Hamilton County Death Records

Hamilton County death records are available at the Indiana Department of Health. In Indiana, death records are only open to eligible requesters. These persons and corresponding requirements for identification include:

  • The deceased’s parents;
  • The deceased’s spouse (requester must provide proof of marriage);
  • The deceased’s children or grandchildren;
  • The deceased’s extended family;
  • Anyone seeking to establish the deceased’s identity if the deceased person was over 75 years old at the time of death. The requester must present some proof of death;
  • Any Assigned Funeral Director or Home who provides sufficient demonstration of direct interest on their business letterhead;
  • Any requester with legal interest who must provide sufficient evidence of a binding relationship through documents such as agreements, contracts, court orders, or titles;

Requesters are required to present one (1) form of a valid and current Primary Picture Documentation, which could be any of the following:

  • A front and back copy of a Government Issued Driver’s License or State I.D.;
  • A front and back copy of a US Military I.D;
  • A Data Page copy of a United States or Foreign Passport;
  • A copy of a Veterans I.D.;
  • A copy of a Mexican Consular I.D.

Requesters who cannot provide any Primary Picture Documentation may instead submit two (2) forms of valid and current Secondary Documentation which could include:

  • A copy of a Signed Social Security Card
  • A copy of a Department of Corrections I.D. Card
  • A print out of a College School I.D. attached to a proof of current enrollment, which could be an official transcript or letter from school administration
  • A copy of a Work I.D. Badge attached with proof of current employment, which could be a computerized paycheck stub or a letter from the employer;
  • A copy of a Voter Registration Card, which includes the requester’s current address and name
  • A copy of a Current Vehicle Registration (not a Title of Ownership), which includes the requester’s current address and name
  • A copy of a Military Discharge Letter (DD214)
  • A copy of a Home Rental / Lease Agreement or Warranty Deed which includes the requester’s current address, name, and signature(s)

A death certificate obtained from the state office costs $8. The office will charge $4 for additional copies purchased simultaneously.

Applicants can order copies of a death certificate online, through the phone, or by mail. The state office does not allow walk-in applications. For mail requests, the applicant should complete a Death Records Application provided by the state office, provide a valid means of identification and required fees. All these documents should go to:

Indiana State Department of Health Vital Records
2, North Meridian Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Phone: (866) 601-0891

Alternatively, record seekers can contact the local health department in Hamilton County. Following the state office, the local health department no longer accepts walk-in applications. The requesting party can only order copies via phone or by mailing a Death Certificate Application to:

Hamilton County Health Department
18030 Fountain Drive
Suite A
Noblesville, IN 46060
Phone: (317) 776-8500

The fee for a copy of a Hamilton death certificate obtained from the county office is $15. The requestor should also provide a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Payment is only accepted by cash or money order.