Indiana Public Records Search

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Public records contain facts and information registered with and filed by local, state and federal governmental organizations. The government agencies keep records like business and asset records, immigration records, criminal records, birth records, death records, real estate records, government documents, marriage and divorce records and voter registration records. These records are a main source of information and are maintained by the government. You can learn comprehensive information about a particular person or about yourself, with the help of public records.

The citizens of the United States have been provided with the right to have access to public records, as directed by federal law, the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). The accessibility of the records is decided by the government agencies. To get access to the public records one may be required to submit an application to the related government organization. These records can be accessed either free of cost or by providing an administrative fee.

All the US states have their own version of FOIA. All the states maintain separate public records for their state and access is governed by the state government. These records can be made available by submitting an application to the related governmental organization. It can be time consuming, therefore one should have the patience to handle the situation. Like every state in the US, Indiana too preserves its public records. . Previously such information was stored in paper files which had to be retrieved on being asked for and the process was slow.

The arrival of computers and the internet has made storing the information easier. Much of the public record information is now digitized and digitization has made it easier to access it. These days the information is just a mouse click away. Nowadays there are a many private internet sites that provide access to their large databases for searching the necessary information. One has to pay a certain amount of money to search the information on these websites. It can be very confusing and difficult to choose the best website for you, when there is a huge list in front of you. It is recommended that you learn about the website and its sources before paying for a search. Our website provides a complete and all inclusive search of the public records of Indiana. You can do it just by providing a little information such as name, city, and age, then the search engine will give you the exact information.

You can conduct an online search for different counties separately. Popular county searches for Indiana:
Allen, Clark, Delaware, Elkhart, Hamilton, Hendricks, Johnson, Lake, Marion, St. Joseph.

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Among our records following cities may be found:
Anderson
Bloomington
Elkhart
Evansville
Fort Wayne
Gary
Hammond
Indianapolis
Lafayette
Muncie
South Bend
Terre Haute

More about Indiana

Indiana News
Stateline.org provides a daily state-by-state summary of selected news stories, as well as some general information about the state and a handful of selected other links.

Indiana Homepage
In.gov is the official website of the State of Indiana. From this website you’ll find information about the state, including agriculture, business resources, education & training, health-related information, laws, public safety, taxes and tourism.

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Selected state agencies:

Indiana Employee Telephone Directory
You can search for state employee contact information by agency, name, or telephone number using the online Indiana government phonebook.  Or, print a paper copy.

Indiana Legislature
Information about the members of the Indiana House of Representatives and Senate, bills and resolutions, committees and much more is available on the Indiana General Assembly website.

Indiana House of Representatives
200 W. Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204-2786
317-232-9600

Indiana State Senate
200 W. Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204-2785
317- 232-9400

Indiana Courts & Judiciary System
In addition to contact information for the various courts, including the State Supreme Court, the Court of Appeals, the Tax Court, and the various trail courts in the State, you’ll find a link for searching court case public records, and much more.

Indiana Supreme Court
General Contact Information
Supreme Court of Indiana
315 Indiana State House
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Pho: 317-232-1930

Indiana Court of Appeals
Indiana Court of Appeals
Court Administrator
115 W. Washington Street, Suite 1270
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Indiana Tax Court
Indiana Tax Court
Court Administrator
115 W. Washington Street, Suite 1160
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Pho: 317-232-4694

Indiana Public Records
Indiana’s Public Access Counselor provides advice and assistance concerning Indiana’s public access laws (specifically the Access to Public Records Act and the Open Door Law) to members of the public and government officials and employees. The Public Access Counselor cannot tell you which agency has the type of record you’re seeking, but the State Information Center can help direct you to where you may obtain the information.   To obtain records, you must contact the agency you believe maintains the record and ask the agency for the record.

Indiana Vital Records
The Indiana Department of Health Vital Records Division maintains birth, death, marriage, and divorce records.  Birth and death certificates may be obtained from the State Department of Health, or from the health department of the county where the birth or death occurred.  Marriage and divorce certificates must be obtained from the Clerk of Courts’ office in the county where the marriage or divorce took place.

Indiana Unclaimed Property
Each state provides a way for people to request their lost or forgotten unclaimed property, typically dormant bank accounts, uncashed checks, stocks or bonds, dividends and bond interest, Insurance proceeds, utility refunds, and safe deposit box contents.

Indiana County Information

This site provides a starting point for information about each county and its major cities.

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