Arrest Records in Indiana

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Indiana has a population of 6.69 million, making it the 15th most populated state and the 16th most densely populated state in the country. Indianapolis is the state’s capital and largest city with a population of 872,680. The state has 92 counties, the largest of which is Marion County, while the smallest is Ohio County.

Crime in Indiana is at roughly the same rate of the nation, overall: its 2018 violent crime rate of 3.82 per 1,000 is just a shade higher than the national rate. Indianapolis is the state’s most dangerous city, with a violent crime rate of 12.73. In arrests per capita, Indiana ranks 26th in the United States. 

Indiana Arrest and Crime Statistics

  • In 2018, there were 125,536 arrests as reported by 202 law enforcement agencies. This number includes 8,831 arrests of minors under the age of 18.
  • There were 7,236 arrests for violent crimes in 2018, including 1,118 for robbery, 212 for rape, and 184 for murder and nonnegligent manslaughter. 
  • The leading identified cause of arrest in Indiana by a considerable margin was drug abuse violations, which accounted for 25,058 arrests. 
  • 11,890 people were arrested for driving under the influence, while 3,261 were arrested for drunkenness.
  • There are around 10,000 registered sex offenders residing in Indiana.

Sources: FBI: 2018 Crime in the United States, Indiana Sex & Violent Offender Registry

 

What is a public arrest record?

An arrest record is a report produced by a law enforcement entity after the arrest or apprehension of an individual which contains the details of the incident, the individual’s personal information, and occasionally includes additional information about the individual’s criminal record.

An arrest record is often a key document in a criminal case and may play a significant role in an ensuing trial. The arrest record may remain in the public record for a long time regardless of whether the suspect is ultimately convicted of the crime(s) for which they were initially arrested. This means that it can be accessed by the general public.  

What is included in a public arrest record?

  • Description of the incident: An arrest record will include a chronological account of the alleged crime produced by the arresting officer that may utilize information provided by first-hand witnesses and/or victims of the alleged crime. 
  • Date and location of the arrest
  • Physical description: The height, weight, hair color, sex, and race of the arrested person, along with other distinguishing characteristics such as tattoos, scars, or birthmarks. 
  • Personal information: The name, age, date of birth, phone number, address, social security number, and other contact information of the arrested individual, as well as any other names the person may go by. 
  • Photographs
  • Fingerprints
  • Criminal charges filed
  • Classification of the crime: Whether the alleged crime is a felony or a misdemeanor.
  • Bail
  • Court date
  • Police interrogation details

What are the types of charges that may appear on an arrest record?

Generally, charges are classified into three main categories:

  • Infraction – An infraction is a minor violation of the law that is regulated at the state level. Punishment for an infraction is typically a fine or a written warning, rather than a jail or prison sentence. Examples of infractions include minor traffic violations, public nuisance offenses, and littering. 
  • Misdemeanor – A misdemeanor is a crime that is more serious than an infraction, but less severe than a felony, and generally punishable by a term of imprisonment of less than a year, or a term of probation. An individual convicted of a misdemeanor is more likely to serve time in a county or local jail than a federal or state prison. Examples of misdemeanors include driving under the influence, most drug abuse violations, and petty theft.
  • Felony – A felony is the most serious type of crime and generally results in a term of imprisonment of more than one year in a state or federal prison. Having a felony on one’s record may result in limitations of employment and the acquisition of specialty licenses. Examples of felonies include rape, murder, and arson.  

Who can access arrest records?

As in most other states, arrest records (also known as arrest reports) are public records in Indiana and can be accessed by anyone upon request to a law enforcement agency, and may come up during a routine background check. 

Other examples of Indiana public records include:

  • vital records such as birth and death certificates
  • marriage licenses
  • mugshots
  • court records
  • voting records
  • property records 

Where are physical copies of arrest records kept in Indiana?

Arrest records are typically held by the law enforcement agency responsible for the arrest, usually a local police department or county sheriff’s office. They also may be kept in the archive of a state government agency, or circuit court. However, there is no official repository for arrest records. 

Why can’t I access an arrest record in Indiana?

There are a number of reasons why you may not be able to access an arrest record. Although the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requires federal agencies to release arrest records and other public records, records that fall under certain exemptions can be withheld from the public.

The FOIA includes nine exemptions that allow agencies to withhold documents, such as arrest records, and not release them to the public. They are:

  1. The information is classified to protect natural security. 
  2. The information focuses on the internal rules and practices of the agency.
  3. Another federal law prohibits the release of the information.
  4. The information includes confidential trade secrets and/or commercial and financial information. 
  5. The information includes privileged, confidential communicative exchanges between two agencies. 
  6. The information could pose a danger to another person’s privacy if released.
  7. The information is reserved for law enforcement purposes in a court case or an investigation or could reveal a confidential source. 
  8. The information includes confidential information about financial institution supervision. 
  9. The information includes geographical information about wells.

Additionally, some state laws limit the availability of arrest records due to the fact that they are perceived as one-sided documents that do not include the arrested person’s account of the incident. 

What is the difference between an arrest record and a criminal record?

Compared to an arrest record, a criminal record is a more thorough document that details an individual’s entire criminal history, including arrest warrants, arrests, third party complaints, convictions, and even dropped cases. 

What is the difference between an arrest record and an arrest warrant?

An arrest warrant is a document issued by a judge or magistrate that grants law enforcement the authority to arrest an individual suspected of a crime or to search and seize the individual’s property, whereas an arrest record is a document of an arrest that is only created after an arrest or apprehension has already occurred.  

In order for a judge or magistrate to issue an arrest warrant, they must conclude that there is probable cause for an arrest. Probable cause must be backed by sworn testimony or an affidavit that provides sufficient information supporting the need for an arrest. An arrest warrant must also specify one individual that should be arrested, rather than a group of individuals or a rough description of a suspect. 

How many Americans have been arrested?

While crime has steadily dropped in the United States over the past several decades, arrests have gone up, particularly for younger age groups. Typically, law enforcement makes around 10 million arrests each year. Here are some key statistics on arrests in the United States:

  • In 2018, around 10.3 million arrests were made nationwide.
  • 73% of arrested persons in 2018 were males.
  • The more recent an American was born, the greater the likelihood that the individual has been arrested at least once. The following is the percentage of Americans in various age groups that have been arrested: 
    • 6.4% of Americans  born before 1949
    • 10.7% of Americans born between 1949 and 1958
    • 13.8% of Americans born between 1959 and 1968
    • 18.7% of Americans born between 1969 and 1978
    • 23% of Americans born between 1979-1988

Sources: Federal Bureau of Investigation, RAND Corporation

How to search for Indiana Arrest Records on the Internet

The Indiana State Police allows individuals to perform a Limited Criminal History search online, which solely contains felonies and class A misdemeanor arrest records in the state. Records stored in the Indiana State Police database date back to the 1930s. 

In order to perform a search, users must first register here. Each search costs $16.32 and may be paid for using a credit or debit card. Take note that users will be charged for a search even if it yields no results. Click here to perform a search. 

How can I request an Indiana Limited Criminal History by mail?

In addition to the online search, individuals may request a Limited Criminal History through the mail. The price is $7 which can be paid by money order made out to the State of Indiana. Simply print and complete a Request Form and submit it in-person or send it to the following address:

Indiana State Police, Criminal History Limited Check 

P.O. Box 6188, 

Indianapolis, IN, 46206-6188

If you have any questions regarding the request process, contact the Indiana State Police at 317-233-5424.

How can I search for an Indiana arrest record on the internet using a background check service?

Since tracking down physical copies of arrest records can prove challenging, searching for them online is a viable option. There is a wealth of online services that allow you to search and access Indiana arrest records and other public records via numerous government agency databases in exchange for a fee. 

However, despite the fact that users must pay to obtain an arrest record from an online service, it’s nevertheless a convenient means of getting these documents. The offices of government agencies are often marred by inconsistent service and take a long time to process requests to view documents. 

Sometimes it’s worth it to pay a fee to use an online background check service, rather than endure the extended delays typical of government offices.  

What can I do if my Indiana arrest record has a mistake?

The Indiana State Police Criminal Justice Services Section allows people to challenge incomplete or inaccurate information on an Indiana arrest record or another criminal history document, but you will need a fingerprint-based Full Criminal History report in order to do so. 

To complete a Criminal Record Review Challenge, you must schedule an appointment to have an electronic fingerprint scanning at a designated service center. Follow the steps below to signup for a scan and complete the challenge:

  1. Visit this page and click “Request a Fingerprinting Appointment Online” at the bottom of the page.
  2. Click “Online Scheduling” on the IdentGO page.
  3. Select “Criminal Record Review/Challenge” from the dropbox and click “Go”
  4. Enter your zip code or choose your region of the state to find the nearest fingerprinting location.
  5. You will be presented with a list of fingerprint scan center options and a calendar. Schedule an appointment at a convenient time. 
  6. Payment can be done online during scheduling with a credit or debit card or at the service center with a cashier’s check or money order. 
  7. After completing the fingerprint scanning process, you will be given a Full Criminal History transcript or No Record Letter if you have no record in Indiana.
  8. With your Full Criminal History transcript, you may now challenge any part of your record by bringing it, along with any court documentation that supports your challenge, to this address: 

Indiana State Police CJIS Section

Indiana Government Center North

Suite N-302

100 N. Senate Avenue

Indianapolis, IN 46204

Indiana Courthouse and Sheriff Information by County

CountyCourthouseAddressPhoneSheriffAddressPhone
Adams CountyAdams County Circuit Court112 S 2nd St
Decatur, IN 46733
260-724-5307Adams County Sheriff's Office and Detention Center911 W Peacekeepers Way
Decatur, IN 46733
260-724-5345
Allen CountyAllen County Court Administration715 S Calhoun St
Fort Wayne, IN 46802
260-449-4246Allen County Sheriff’s Department715 S Calhoun St #101
Fort Wayne, IN 46802
260-449-7535
Bartholomew CountyBartholomew County Courthouse234 Washington St # 303
Columbus, IN 47201
812-379-1605Bartholomew County Jail543 2nd St
Columbus, IN 47201
812-379-1650
Benton CountyBenton County Circuit Court Clerk706 E 5th St
Fowler, IN 47944
765-884-0930Benton County Jail105 S Lincoln Ave
Fowler, IN 47944
765-884-0080
Blackford CountyBlackford County Courthouse110 W Washington St
Hartford City, IN 47348
765-348-1130Blackford County Sheriff64 N 500 E
Hartford City, IN 47348
765-348-0930
Boone CountyBoone County Superior Court 2112 Courthouse Sq
Lebanon, IN 46052
765-482-6502Boone County Sheriff's Office1905 Indianapolis Ave
Lebanon, IN 46052
765-482-1412
Brown CountyCircuit Court20 E Main St
Nashville, IN 47448
812-988-7557Brown County Sheriff's Department55 State Rd 46
Nashville, IN 47448
812-988-6655
Carroll CountyCarroll County Courthouse101 W Main St, 3rd Floor
Delphi, IN 46923
(765) 564-3711Carroll County Sheriff310 W Main St
Delphi, IN 46923
765-564-2413
Cass CountyCass County Circuit Court200 Ct Park # 211
Logansport, IN 46947
574-753-7730Cass County Sheriff's Department100 Ct Park
Logansport, IN 46947
574-753-7800
Clark CountyClark County Circuit Court501 E Court Ave #275
Jeffersonville, IN 47130
812-285-6244Clark County Sheriff501 E Court Ave #159
Jeffersonville, IN 47130
812-283-4471
Clay CountyClay County Superior Court Clerk609 E National Ave #314
Brazil, IN 47834
812-448-9024Clay County Sheriff's Department611 E Jackson St
Brazil, IN 47834
812-446-2535
Clinton CountyClinton County Courthouse125 Courthouse Sq
Frankfort, IN 46041
765-659-6345Clinton County Sheriff Department301 E Walnut St
Frankfort, IN 46041
765-659-6396
Crawford CountyCrawford County Judge715 Judicial Plaza Dr
English, IN 47118
812-338-3113Crawford County Jail715 Judicial Plaza Dr
English, IN 47118
812-338-2802
Daviess CountyDaviess County Courthouse200 E Walnut St
Washington, IN 47501
812-254-1091Daviess County Sheriff101 NE 4th St
Washington, IN 47501
812-687-7200
Dearborn CountyDearborn Circuit Court Clerk215 W High St
Lawrenceburg, IN 47025
812-537-8867Dearborn County Sheriff's Office301 W High St
Lawrenceburg, IN 47025
812-537-3431
Decatur CountyDecatur Superior Court150 Courthouse Sq # 216
Greensburg, IN 47240
812-663-8523Decatur County Sheriff's Department315 S Ireland St
Greensburg, IN 47240
812-663-8125
DeKalb CountyDe Kalb County Superior Court100 Main St #201
Auburn, IN 46706
260-925-4723DeKalb County Sheriff's Office215 E 8th St
Auburn, IN 46706
260-925-3365
Delaware CountyDelaware Circuit Court 2100 W Washington St
Muncie, IN 47305
765-747-7726Delaware County Justice Center100 W Washington St
Muncie, IN 47305
765-747-7885
Dubois CountyDubois Superior Court1 Courthouse Square # 106
Jasper, IN 47546
812-481-7070Dubois County Jail255 Brucke Strasse
Jasper, IN 47546
812-482-3522
Elkhart CountyElkhart County Courthouse101 N Main St
Goshen, IN 46526
574-535-6430Elkhart County Sheriff's Office26861 Co Rd 26
Elkhart, IN 46517
574-891-2300
Fayette CountyFayette County Superior Court401 N Central Ave #6
Connersville, IN 47331
765-825-1775Fayette County Sheriff's Office123 W 4th St
Connersville, IN 47331
765-825-1110
Floyd CountyFloyd County Superior Court311 Hauss Square,
New Albany, IN 47150
812-948-5488Floyd County Corrections311 Hauss Square
New Albany, IN 47150
812-948-5404
Fountain CountyFountain County Circuit Court301 4th St
Covington, IN 47932
765-793-3301Fountain County Jail216 Union St
Covington, IN 47932
765-793-2410
Franklin CountyFranklin County Courthouse459 Main St #101
Brookville, IN 47012
765-647-4186Franklin County Sheriff371 Main St
Brookville, IN 47012
765-647-4138
Fulton CountyFulton County Courthouse815 Main St
Rochester, IN 46975
574-223-4824Fulton County Sheriff's Office200 E 8th St
Rochester, IN 46975
574-223-2819
Gibson CountyGibson County Superior Court101 N Main St #2
Princeton, IN 47670
812-386-6237Gibson County Sheriff's Office112 E Emerson St
Princeton, IN 47670
812-385-3496
Grant CountyGrant County Court House101 E 4th St
Marion, IN 46952
765-668-8121Grant County Sheriff214 E 4th St
Marion, IN 46952
765-662-9836
Greene CountyGreene Circuit Court Judge1 E Main St
Bloomfield, IN 47424
812-384-4325Greene County Sheriff's Department204 70 E
Bloomfield, IN 47424
812-384-4411
Hamilton CountyHamilton County Courts1 N 8th St
Noblesville, IN 46060
317-776-9600Hamilton County Sheriff18100 Cumberland Rd
Noblesville, IN 46060
317-773-1872
Hancock CountyHancock County Circuit Court9 E Main St #302
Greenfield, IN 46140
317-477-1107Hancock County Sheriff123 E Main St
Greenfield, IN 46140
317-477-1147
Harrison CountyHarrison Superior Court Clerk1445 Gardner Ln NW # 3126
Corydon, IN 47112
812-738-8149Harrison County Sheriff's Office1445 Gardner Ln NW
Corydon, IN 47112
812-738-2195
Hendricks CountyHendricks County Superior Courts1 Courthouse Sq # 106
Danville, IN 46122
317-745-9231Hendricks County Sheriff’s Department925 E Main St
Danville, IN 46122
317-745-6269
Henry CountyHenry County Court House101 S Main St
New Castle, IN 47362
(765) 529-6401Henry County Sheriff127 N 12th St
New Castle, IN 47362
765-521-7032
Howard CountyHoward County Courthouse104 N Buckeye St
Kokomo, IN 46901
765-456-2000Howard County Sheriff's Office1800 W Markland Ave
Kokomo, IN 46901
765-457-1105
Huntington CountyHuntington County Superior Court201 N Jefferson St
Huntington, IN 46750
260-358-4817Huntington County Sheriff's332 E State St
Huntington, IN 46750
260-356-2520
Jackson CountyJackson County Superior Court109 S Sugar St
Brownstown, IN 47220
812-522-9677Jackson County Sheriff150 IN-250
Brownstown, IN 47220
812-358-2141
Jasper CountyJasper County Court House115 W Washington St # 200
Rensselaer, IN 47978
219-956-3606Jasper County Jail2171 N McKinley Ave
Rensselaer, IN 47978
219-866-4993
Jay CountyJay County Courthouse120 N Court St #11
Portland, IN 47371
260-726-4951Jay County Sheriff's Office224 W Water St
Portland, IN 47371
260-726-8188
Jefferson CountyJefferson County Circuit Court300 E Main St
Madison, IN 47250
812-265-8930Jefferson County Sheriff's Department317 Walnut St
Madison, IN 47250
812-265-2648
Jennings CountyJennings County Courthouse24 N Pike St
Vernon, IN 47282
812-352-3070Jennings County Sheriff925 S State St
North Vernon, IN 47265
812-346-4911
Johnson CountyJohnson County Superior Court5 E Jefferson St
Franklin, IN 46131
317-736-5000Johnson County Sheriff's Department1091 Hospital Rd
Franklin, IN 46131
317-736-9155
Knox CountyKnox County Circuit Court111 N 7th St #14
Vincennes, IN 47591
812-885-2527Knox County Sheriff2375 S Old Decker Rd
Vincennes, IN 47591
812-882-7660
Kosciusko CountyKosciusko County Circuit Court121 N Lake St
Warsaw, IN 46580
574-267-4444Kosciusko County Sheriff Office221 W Main St
Warsaw, IN 46580
866-322-5857
LaGrange CountyLagrange County Superior Court105 Detroit St #1
LaGrange, IN 46761
260-499-6363Lagrange County Sheriff's Department875 IN-9
LaGrange, IN 46761
260-463-7491
Lake CountyLake County Superior Court2293 N Main St
Crown Point, IN 46307
219-755-3000Lake County Sheriff's Department2293 N Main St
Crown Point, IN 46307
219-755-3400
LaPorte CountyLaporte County Courthouse813 Lincolnway
La Porte, IN 46350
219-326-6808LaPorte County Sheriff's Office809 State St #202a
La Porte, IN 46350
219-326-7700
Lawrence CountyLawrence County Superior Court I918 16th St
Bedford, IN 47421
812-275-7543Lawrence County Sheriff1420 I St
Bedford, IN 47421
812-275-3316
Madison CountyMadison County Circuit Courts16 E 9th St
Anderson, IN 46016
765-641-9490Madison County Sheriff's Department720 Central Ave
Anderson, IN 46016
765-646-9285
Marion CountyMarion Superior Court200 E Washington St
Indianapolis, IN 46204
317-327-4747Marion County Sheriff's Office40 S Alabama St
Indianapolis, IN 46204
317-327-1700
Marshall CountyMarshall County Courthouse211 W Madison St
Plymouth, IN 46563
574-935-8703Marshall County Sheriff's Department1400 Pioneer Dr
Plymouth, IN 46563
574-936-3187
Martin CountyMartin County Circuit Court129 Main St
Shoals, IN 47581
812-247-3652Martin County Sheriff's Office318 Capital Ave
Shoals, IN 47581
812-247-3726
Miami CountyMiami County Courthouse25 N Broadway
Peru, IN 46970
765-472-3901Miami County Sheriff's Office1104 W 200 N
Peru, IN 46970
765-472-1322
Monroe CountyMonroe County Courthouse100 W Kirkwood Ave
Bloomington, IN 47404
812-349-2550Monroe County Sheriff's Department301 N College Ave
Bloomington, IN 47404
812-349-2534
Montgomery CountyMontgomery County Circuit Court100 E Main St
Crawfordsville, IN 47933
765-364-6450Montgomery County Sheriff Department600 Memorial Dr
Crawfordsville, IN 47933
765-362-0885
Morgan CountyMorgan County Circuit Court10 E Washington St
Martinsville, IN 46151
765-342-1020Morgan County Sheriff's Office160 N Park Ave
Martinsville, IN 46151
765-342-5544
Newton CountyNewton County Circuit Court201 N 3rd St
Kentland, IN 47951
219-474-5131Newton County Jail304 E Seymour St
Kentland, IN 47951
219-474-3999
Noble CountyNoble County Courthouse101 N Orange St
Albion, IN 46701
260-636-2736Noble County Sheriff Office210 S 7th St
Albion, IN 46701
260-636-2182
Ohio CountyOhio County Courthouse413 Main St
Rising Sun, IN 47040
812-438-2610Ohio County Sheriff123 S Mulberry St
Rising Sun, IN 47040
812-438-3636
Orange CountyOrange County Circuit Court1 E Court St
Paoli, IN 47454
812-723-2411Orange County Sheriff's Office205 E Main St #5
Paoli, IN 47454
812-723-2417
Owen CountyOwen County Court House60 S Main St
Spencer, IN 47460
812-829-5015County Jail291 Vandalia Ave
Spencer, IN 47460
812-829-4874
Parke CountyParke County Courthouse116 W High St
Rockville, IN 47872
765-569-5671Parke County Sheriff458 Strawberry Rd
Rockville, IN 47872
765-569-5413
Perry CountyPerry County Circuit Judge2219 Payne St # E9
Tell City, IN 47586
812-547-7048Perry County Detention Center2211 Herrman St
Tell City, IN 47586
812-547-2441
Pike CountyPike County Circuit Court801 Main St
Petersburg, IN 47567
812-354-6026Pike County Sheriff's Office100 S 4th St
Petersburg, IN 47567
812-354-6024
Porter CountyPorter County Courthouse16 E Lincolnway
Valparaiso, IN 46383
219-465-3400Porter County Sheriff’s Office2755 IN-49
Valparaiso, IN 46383
219-477-3000
Posey CountyPosey County Circuit Ct Judge300 Main St
Mt Vernon, IN 47620
812-838-1302Posey County Sheriff Office1201 Brittle Bank Rd
Mt Vernon, IN 47620
812-838-1321
Pulaski CountyPulaski County Circuit Court112 E Main St #310
Winamac, IN 46996
574-946-3313Pulaski County Sheriff110 E Meridian St
Winamac, IN 46996
574-946-6655
Putnam CountyPutnam County Superior Court1 Courthouse Square St #33
Greencastle, IN 46135
765-653-2658County Sheriff's Office13 Keightly Rd
Greencastle, IN 46135
765-653-5115
Randolph CountyRandolph County Circuit Court100 S Main St # 205
Winchester, IN 47394
765-584-0465Randolph County Jail155 E South St
Winchester, IN 47394
765-584-1721
Ripley CountyRipley County Superior Court115 N Main St
Versailles, IN 47042
812-689-6115Ripley County Jail210 N Monroe St
Versailles, IN 47042
812-689-3437
Rush CountyRush County Circuit Court101 E 2nd St
Rushville, IN 46173
765-932-2078Rush County Sheriff's Office131 E 1st St
Rushville, IN 46173
765-932-2931
Saint Joseph CountySt Joseph County Superior Court219 Lincolnway W # 101
Mishawaka, IN 46544
574-256-6202St Joseph County Jail401 W Sample St
South Bend, IN 46601
574-245-6500
Scott CountyScott Circuit Court Room1 E McClain Ave # 212
Scottsburg, IN 47170
812-752-8430Scott County Sheriff111 S 1st St
Scottsburg, IN 47170
812-752-8400
Shelby CountyShelby County Superior Court407 S Harrison St # 209
Shelbyville, IN 46176
317-392-6320Shelby County Jail107 W Taylor St
Shelbyville, IN 46176
317-392-6405
Spencer CountySpencer County Courthouse200 Main St
Rockport, IN 47635
812-649-6025Spencer County Sheriff120 N 2nd St
Rockport, IN 47635
812-649-2286
Starke CountyStarke Circuit Court53 E Washington St
Knox, IN 46534
574-772-9100Starke County Jail5435 IN-8
Knox, IN 46534
574-772-3772
Steuben CountySteuben County Circuit Court55 S Public Square
Angola, IN 46703
260-668-1000Steuben County Sheriff's Office206 E Gale St
Angola, IN 46703
260-668-1000 ext. 5000
Sullivan CountySullivan County Circuit Court100 Court House Square
Sullivan, IN 47882
812-268-4411Sullivan County Sheriff's Office24 S State St
Sullivan, IN 47882
812-268-4044
Switzerland CountySwitzerland Judge's Office212 W Main St
Vevay, IN 47043
812-427-3410Switzerland County Sheriff Office405 Liberty St
Vevay, IN 47043
812-427-3636
Tippecanoe CountyTippecanoe County Courthouse301 Main St
Lafayette, IN 47901
765-423-9326Tippecanoe County Sheriff2640 Duncan Rd
Lafayette, IN 47904
765-423-9388
Tipton CountyTipton County Circuit Court101 E Jefferson St # 312
Tipton IN 46072
765-675-2791Tipton County Sheriff121 W Madison St
Tipton, IN 46072
765-675-7004
Union CountyUnion County Courthouse26 W Union St
Liberty, IN 47353
(765) 458-5934Union County Sheriff Department106 E Union St
Liberty, IN 47353
765-458-5194
Vanderburgh CountyVanderburgh County Superior Ct825 Sycamore St #216
Evansville, IN 47708
812-435-5192Vanderburgh County Sheriff3500 N Harlan Ave
Evansville, IN 47711
812-421-6200
Vermillion CountyVermillion County Courthouse255 S Main St, PO Box 10
Newport, IN 47966
765-492-3500Vermillion County Sheriff1888 S, IN-63
Hillsdale, IN 47854
765-492-3838
Vigo CountyVigo County Clerk Of Circuit33 S 3rd St
Terre Haute, IN 47807
812-462-3211Vigo County Jail201 Cherry St
Terre Haute, IN 47807
812-462-3224
Wabash CountyWabash City Court23 W Market St
Wabash, IN 46992
260-563-4946Wabash County Sheriff's Office79 W Main St
Wabash, IN 46992
260-563-8891
Warren CountyWarren County Courthouse125 N. Monroe Street, Suite 11
Williamsport, IN 47993
(765) 762-3510Warren County Sheriff's Office29 E 2nd St
Williamsport, IN 47993
765-764-4367
Warrick CountyWarrick County Circuit Court1 County Square
Boonville, IN 47601
812-897-6130Warrick County Sheriff Office100 IN-62
Boonville, IN 47601
812-897-6180
Washington CountyWashington County Superior Court801 Jackson St
Salem, IN 47167
812-883-4949Washington County Sheriff801 S Jackson St
Salem, IN 47167
812-883-5999
Wayne CountyWayne County Courts301 E Main St
Richmond, IN 47374
765-973-9200Wayne County Sheriff200 E Main St
Richmond, IN 47374
765-973-9393
Wells CountyWells County Superior Court102 W Market St # 313
Bluffton, IN 46714
260-824-3287Wells County Jail1615 Western Ave
Bluffton, IN 46714
260-824-3426
White CountyWhite County Superior CT Clerk110 N Main St
Monticello, IN 47960
574-583-7032White County Sheriff’s Department/Jail915 Hanawalt St
Monticello, IN 47960
574-583-2251
Whitley CountyWhitley County Superior Court101 E Van Buren St # 11
Columbia City, IN 46725
260-248-3119Whitley County Sheriff101 W Market St # 1
Columbia City, IN 46725
260-244-6410

 

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Robbery rate 

Assault rate 

Burglary rate 

Theft rate 

Motor Vehicle Theft rate