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The Indiana Open Records and Open Doors Laws, found in Section 5-14 of the Indiana Code, declares that any person may inspect the public records of any public agency. Exceptions include open investigation records, records that could hinder a government agency or endanger the state, records otherwise protected by law, and records whose release would infringe on personal privacy.

We’ve identified the most widely used databases at the statewide level.  You can find those below.  Use the margin menus to search license databases, and those for cities and counties within Indiana.

  • Court System - The Indiana court system has five levels. At the first level are the City & Town Courts, responsible for ordinance violations, misdemeanors, infractions & traffic matters. Second are the Superior Courts, which are general jurisdiction trial courts that handle civil, criminal & small claims cases. At the third level are the Circuit Courts. The original courts in Indiana, Circuit Courts have unlimited trial jurisdiction over criminal & civil cases. At the fourth are the Tax Court and Court of Appeals. The Tax Court handles appeals of government agency tax decisions. The Court of Appeals reviews opinions from the lower courts. At the top level is the Indiana Supreme Court, which handles all death penalty and life imprisonment appeals, and other appeals from the lower courts.  Indiana Court Records
  • Criminal Records - Misdemeanors and DUI/DWI cases are handled by the City & Town Courts, and can also be handled by the Superior & Circuit Courts, which also try felony and juvenile cases.  To find out what rules the State has for ordering background checks, and which databases are available to you, refer to our Indiana Criminal Records page.
  • Vital Records – Birth and death certificates are provided by: Vital Records Department, Indiana State Department of Health, 6 West Washington St., Indianapolis, IN 46204, (317) 233-2700, Fax: (317) 233-7210. Certified marriage & divorce certificates are available from the court in the county where the marriage or divorce was granted.  Visit our Vital Records page for historical county birth records; county databases for deaths, burials, cemeteries, wills, and obituaries, and also the Social Security Death Index for Indiana; statewide historical marriages and available county marriage databases; links to family court divorce records from 35 Indiana counties, along with various historical divorce indexes.

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