Indiana State Police - Limited Criminal History Search

Additional Resources:

Office Location:

  • Indiana Government Center North, Building-; 100 North Senate Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46204 (at the corner of Senate and Ohio Streets).
  • Go to the East end elevators and go to the third floor. Follow arrows to Room 301.
  • Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. Office is closed on state holidays.
  • Office number is (317) 233-5424.

FBI Check:

  • If an FBI check is needed for other than the National Child Protective Act (NCPA), the individual will need to contact the FBI at (304) 625-5590, or
  • The individual will need a full set of fingerprints, which can be obtained by visiting their local police agency or by calling L-1 Identity Solutions at 1-877-472-6917.


  • If you are using an adoption agency that is registered with the Indiana State Police, please register for a fingerprint appointment online at selecting "Indiana" from the drop list for States; select "Private Adoption Agencies", selecting then the name of the agency you are using. You will then complete the registration and make your appointment to be fingerprinted. The results will be released to the agency you selected. Questions can be directed to

Expungement of Arrest Record:

  • The individual can look under Indiana Code 35-38-5 to find what charges can be expunged.
  • The form to petition for expungement of arrest records can be downloaded at the ICPR website
  • Petition must be verified and filed in the court in which charges were filed; if no criminal charges were filed, in a court with criminal jurisdiction in the county where the arrest occurred.

Petition Limited Access (15 years) to Record:

  • Indiana Code 35-38-5-5 covers how an individual can petition limited access to limited criminal history.
  • Individual can contact at (317) 233-8472 for additional information.

Restricted Access/Restricted Disclosure of Record:

  • Indiana Code 35-38-8 covers how an individual can petition for restricted access to conviction records.
  • Indiana Code 35-38-5-5.5 covers how an individual can petition for restricted disclosure of arrest records.
  • Individual must petition through the court where chargers were filed.

Sexual Registry:

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