The Indiana Access to Public Records Act enacted in 1983 is a series of laws that guarantees the public has access to public records of government bodies at all levels in Indiana. In addition the Indiana Open Door Law enacted in 1977 legislates the methods by which public meetings are conducted. The act essentially defines public records as information created, maintained or filed by government agencies with some records being exempt. Exemptions include but are not limited to Social Security Numbers, trade secrets and licensing information.There are 92 counties in Indiana. County government in Indiana consists of two bodies, the county council and the commissioners. Indiana has 3,631 populated places including cities, towns, neighborhoods, subdivisions and settlements. With a few exceptions all cities are third-class cities with a seven member city council and an elected clerk treasurer. The Indiana state police provides limited criminal history searches online. A limited criminal history contains only felonies and class A misdemeanor arrests within the state of Indiana. Explore Indiana public records online with this comprehensive directory. Find recorded documents furnished by state, county and city municipalities. Request Indiana state criminal histories and obtain inmate information. Research both Indiana state and federal court cases online. Access useful vital records, census data, education and background history of its residents. Read about current real estate data along with Indiana property and land values. See current news and crime alerts. Find employment, business statistics, income data, housing and other important information about the state of Indiana. New resources and services are updated on this site frequently.
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