Indiana Criminal History Services
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Criminal History Services
The Indiana State Police offers several services to those needing to interact with their criminal history records. Please review the service descriptions below, and click the appropriate button to learn more.
If you are uncertain which type of Criminal History Service you need, please check with the person or organization that asked you to obtain your criminal history.
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|Name-based Indiana Limited Criminal History||A Limited Criminal History report contains only felonies and misdemeanor arrests within the State of Indiana. A Limited Criminal History search is based upon a subject's name, date of birth, race, and gender, and if needed, Social Security Number and place of birth. This report does not include criminal history information from other states. Consider using the fingerprint based National Full Criminal History to obtain the most complete criminal history.|
|Fingerprint-based Indiana Full Criminal History||A fingerprint-based Indiana Full Criminal History report contains all reported arrests, charges, and dispositions within the State of Indiana. It does not contain Federal arrests or arrests by agencies outside of Indiana. This report is used principally for a Criminal Record Review Challenge.|
|Fingerprint-based National Full Criminal History||A fingerprint-based National Full Criminal History report contains all reported arrests, charges, and dispositions from all state and federal jurisdictions in the United States. This is the most complete criminal history report available.|
|Expunging Indiana Criminal History||Records contained within an individual’s criminal history file may be expunged or sealed under Indiana law. Once an expungement or seal is granted, the verified petition and order granting the petition is forwarded to the Indiana State Police Expungement Section by the local court for processing.|
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