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Marion County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Marion County Arrest Records?

In Marion County, local law enforcement agencies create arrest records to detail altercations between their officers and suspected offenders. These records include the suspect’s details, the warrant for the suspect’s arrest, information on the actual arrest, and the arresting officer’s details. In Marion County, the primary law enforcement agency is the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department. The department provides arrest records and other police reports to county residents.

How Do I Get Marion County Police Reports?

Copies of accident and police reports for Marion County are available from the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD). To obtain these records, interested individuals may visit the Citizens’ Services Desk in Suite E100 of the Police Headquarters. The office opens to the public from Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. The IMPD charges 4 cents per page for incident reports and $12 per accident report.

Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department
50 North Alabama Street,
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Phone: (317) 327-3282

Crime Statistics

The latest crime data for Marion County (and Indianapolis) comes from the FBI UCR program. In 2017, the county recorded 11,616 violent crimes and 38,416 property crimes. These figures represent a dip in violent crime rates and property crime rates (2.4% and 7.5%, respectively). A breakdown of the county’s 2017 violent crime incidences reveals 156 murders, 668 rapes, 3,485 robberies, and 7,307 aggravated assaults. Property crimes outnumbered violent crimes. In 2017, there were 8,945 burglaries, 24,569 larceny thefts, 4,904 motor vehicle thefts, and 256 arsons.

Compared to the previous year, murder (5.4%), aggravated assault (2.9%), and arson (1.6%) rates grew while there were fewer incidences of rape (2.3%), robbery (12.3%), burglary (12.4%), larceny-theft (6.7%), and motor vehicle theft (1.8%).

What are Marion County Criminal Records?

In Marion County, local law enforcement agencies create criminal records when a suspected offender is convicted. These records show the offender’s path from crime to punishment. Criminal records typically include arrest reports, a list of charges, court records, and incarceration information. In Marion County, the Sheriff’s Department is responsible for generating criminal records.

How Do I Get Marion County Criminal Records?

The Indiana State Police provides Limited Criminal History records that only cover felony and Class A misdemeanor arrests within Indiana. To obtain such criminal records, interested individuals may visit the online portal. The fee for using the online service is $15 per record (for subscribers) and $16.32 for a one-time search. Alternatively, requesters may complete a Request Form, attach a money order for $7, and mail the complete package to:

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

How to Find Marion County Sex Offender Information?

Interested individuals can search the Marion County Sex Offender Registry to find registered offenders by name, email address, zip code, or street address. The database also provides information about non-compliant offenders. The Marion County Sheriff’s Office is responsible for registering sex offenders living, working, and attending school. Following state laws, it makes sex offender information available online.

How do I Visit an Inmate in Marion County Jail?

Marion County Jail allows its inmates to receive video visits from family and friends. Individuals who wish to visit Marion County Jail inmates may use on-site terminals or personal devices at home. Before scheduling visits, individuals must sign up on the official platform and apply for visitation approval. Once approved, visitors must schedule appointments at minimum the day before the visit, and a maximum of four days in advance.

A maximum of four individuals may visit an inmate at once. The registered visitor is the primary visitor and is responsible for accompanying visitors, including minors. Visitors who damage visiting equipment will face criminal prosecution. Remote visitors must not record video conversations or post them online. All video visits, remote or onsite, are monitored, and staff reserve the right to terminate any calls deemed inappropriate.

Where and How to Find Marion County Inmate Information?

Inmate records and jail information are available from the Marion County Sheriff’s Office. The Sheriff provides an inmate locator tool to help interested individuals find inmates in Marion County Jail I and Marion County Jail II. The addresses and contact information of both correctional facilities are below:

Marion County Jail I
40 S. Alabama Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 327-1574

Marion County Jail II
730 East Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202
(317) 266-0882

What are Marion County Court Records?

Marion County court records are official documents detailing court proceedings. The Marion County Clerk’s Office keeps court records for the county. Current records (for open cases and recently closed ones) are usually available at the presiding courthouses. Some Marion County court records are obtainable on the Case Search database of the Indiana State Judicial System. Researchers can select different Marion County courts from the Court drop-down menu to restrict the search to these courts’ records.

The County Clerk also accepts mail requests for court records. Certified copies of court records cost $2 per page, while uncertified copies cost $1 per page. Requesters must ensure to include a self-addressed stamped envelope and payment with each request.

Marion County Clerk’s Office
City-County Building
200 E. Washington Street
Suite W122
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Location of all Courts in Marion County

Marion County Circuit Court
200 E. Washington St., #W506
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Pho: (317) 327-4010
Fax: (317) 327-4473

Marion County Superior Court-Civil Division
200 E. Washington St., #T-1221
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Pho: (317) 327-4747
Fax: (317) 327-3844

Marion County Superior Court -Criminal Division
200 E. Washington St., #T-1221
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Pho: (317) 327-4747
Fax: (317) 327-3844

Marion County Superior Court-Juvenile Division
2451 North Keystone Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46218
Pho: (317) 327-8392
Fax: (317) 327-8301

Marion County Superior Court -Probate Division
200 E. Washington St., #T-1221
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Pho: (317) 327-4747
Fax: (317) 327-3844

Superior Court-Traffic Court
8115 E. Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN 46229
Pho: (317) 327-7995

Beech Grove City Court
802 Main Street, City Hall
Beech Grove, IN 46107
Pho: (317) 803-9155

Cumberland Town Court
11501 E. Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN 46229
Pho: (317) 894-6217

Center Township Small Claims Court
300 E. Fall Creek Parkway N. Drive
Indianapolis, IN 46205
Pho: (317) 920-4530
Fax: (317) 920-4534

Decatur Township Small Claims Court
3730 South Foltz St.
Indianapolis, IN 46241
Pho: (317) 241-2854
Fax: (317) 247-5960

Franklin Township Small Claims Court
4351 Independence Square
Indianapolis, IN 46203
Pho: (317) 784-1751
Fax: (317) 784-1871

Lawrence Township Small Claims Court
4455 McCoy St.
Indianapolis, IN 46226
Pho: (317) 545-2369
Fax: (317) 545-1662

Perry Township Small Claims Court
4925 S. Shelby St., #100
Indianapolis, IN 46227
Pho: (317) 786-9242
Fax: (317) 788-4826

Pike Township Small Claims Court
5665 Lafayette Rd., Suite B
Indianapolis, IN 46254
Pho: (317) 293-1842
Fax: (317) 290-8319

Warren Township Small Claims Court
501 N. Post Rd., Suite C
Indianapolis, IN 46219
Pho: (317) 327-8919
Fax: (317) 327-8922

Washington Township Small Claims Court
5302 N. Keystone Ave., Suite E
Indianapolis, IN 46220
Pho: (317) 327-8184
Fax: (317) 327-819

Wayne Township Small Claims Court
5401 W. Washington St.
Indianapolis, IN 46241
Pho: (317) 241-9573
Fax: (317) 248-7917

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What are Marion County County Vital Records?

In Marion County, government agencies create vital records to mark the occurrence of significant life events. These events include births, deaths, marriages, and divorces. Vital records like divorce and death records are available for public viewing. In Marion County, individuals interested in obtaining vital records may query the Marion County Public Health Department and the County Clerk’s office.

Statewide, the Indiana State Department of Health provides vital records to requesters.

Where and How to Get Marion County Divorce Records?

The Marion County Clerk’s Office stores all divorce decrees and provides copies to requesters. Individuals interested in viewing Marion County divorce records may find them using the Clerk’s online record request tool. Certified records cost $2, while uncertified records cost $1. Another way individuals may obtain a divorce record is by completing the desired order form, attaching a money order for $2, and mailing the application to the address below:

Marion County Clerk’s Office
Civil Filing Division
200 East Washington Street,
Room W140
Indianapolis, IN 46204-3381

Where and How to Get Marion County Marriage Records?

The Marion County Clerk’s office stores marriage licenses and provides copies to requesters. Individuals interested in obtaining Marion County marriage records may get them online. Uncertified copies of marriage certificates are obtainable using the Marriage License Public Lookup tool. Individuals that require certified copies may order them using the online records request tool.

Individuals may also order copies of marriage certificates by mail. To do so, requesters must send a completed application to the:

Marion County Clerk’s Office
Civil Filing Division
200 East Washington Street,
Room W140
Indianapolis, IN46204-3381

Where and How to Get Marion County Birth Records?

The Marion County Public Health Department stores all records of births in the county and provides certificates to eligible individuals. Eligible parties include the person named on the record, the record holder’s parents, and legal representatives. Requesters may obtain birth certificates by querying the Health Department’s office in person or by mail. The Health Department’s office is open between 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. every weekday except Wednesday when it opens from 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

To mail a request, requesters must complete an application form and have it notarized. Requesters must then attach a copy of a valid ID and a money order for $15 per certificate and send the complete application to:

Att: Birth Mail Order, MCPHD/Vital Records,
3838 North Rural Street,
Indianapolis Indiana 46205-2930

Where and How to Get Marion County Death Records?

The Marion County Public Health Department stores all records of deaths in the county and provides certificates to eligible individuals.

Eligible parties include family members or anyone who can show a legitimate need to view the record. Requesters may obtain death certificates by querying the Health Department’s office in person or by mail. The Health Department’s office is open between 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. every weekday except Wednesday when it opens from 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

To mail a request, requesters must complete an application form and have it notarized. Requesters must then attach a copy of a valid ID and a money order for $20 per certificate and send the complete application to:

Att: Birth Mail Order, MCPHD/Vital Records,
3838 North Rural Street,
Indianapolis Indiana 46205-2930

Are Property Records Open to the Public in Marion County?

Marion County property records are open to the public members, as established under the Florida Sunshine Law. Interested public members may view and request copies of Marion County property records by submitting a request in person or online to the custodian's office.

Where and How to Find Property Records in Marion County

The Clerk of Court and Comptroller is responsible for recording and maintaining real property records or documents in Marion County. Examples of real property records available include deeds, mortgages, liens, contracts, affidavits, subdivision plats, declarations of condominiums, bills of sale, judgments, certificates of military discharge, and declarations of domicile. Interested persons may obtain these records in person, by mail, or online. To obtain Marion County property records in person or by mail, interested persons are required to contact the office at:

Physical Address:
Clerk of Court and Comptroller
110 North West 1st Avenue
(AB) 1st Floor, Room 124
Ocala, Florida 34475
Phone: (352) 671-5630
Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Physical Mailing Address (for overnight mail):
Clerk of Court and Comptroller
Attn: Recording
110 NW 1st Avenue
Ocala, FL 34475

Mailing Address:
Clerk of Court and Comptroller
Attn: Recording
P.O. Box 1030
Ocala, FL 34478-1030

How to Look Up Marion County Property Records

The Marion County Property Appraiser's office generates and maintains an online property search portal that allows users to access all property transactions in the county. Some of the information available on the online property search includes property record cards, ownership maps, the name and address of the owner, descriptions of properties, and more. Interested persons may access these records by using any of the following search options:

  • Address
  • Name
  • Parcel - Real Estate
  • Parcel - Tangible
  • Property Class
  • Adverse Possession
  • Map ID
  • OR Book and Page
  • Section/Township/Range
  • Subdivision Name
  • Subdivision ID
  • Map Index
  • Delimited Data

Also, the Marion County Clerk of Court and Comptroller maintains an online public record search page that contains information on real property records in the county. Interested persons may access the records using any of the available search criteria:

  • Party or Company Name
  • Document Type
  • File Number
  • Book or Page
  • Legal Description
  • Case or Parcel Number

Location of Marion County Property Assessors

Location:
501 South East 25th Avenue
Ocala, FL 34471
Phone: (352) 368-8300
Fax: (352) 368-8336
Office Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 486
Ocala, FL 34478