Criminal Records Requirements for the State of Indiana
|Name of Agency:||Indiana State Police - CJISS Section|
Indiana State Police, CJIS Unit, 100 N. Senate Avenue, Indianapolis, IN. 46204
|Position:||Program Coordinator III|
Victim submits request letter. The letter should state the following, The persons name if they have knowledge of the name and a brief
description of what has been stolen. Name, Date of birth, Social Security Number and copy of record check that they did through us. Copy of their drivers license, social security card and fingerprint results. IF they have a copy of their fingerprints that would be great. Would prefer they would be or a licensed fingerprint company like Morpho Trust
To register on line: Click Here
|Law Enforcement Agency:||The Individual themself needs to sumbit the information.
IF a Law Enforcement agency in the state of Indiana has one then they need to sumit on their letterhead the Identity Theft record and what happened. Signed by their Chief or Commander of the agency."
|Turn Around Time:||2-4 Weeks|
Once the process is completed you will receive either a copy of your transcript or a No Record Letter. To challenge any part of your record with which you do not agree, bring your transcript to:
Indiana State Police CJIS Section
It is best to have court documentation to back up your challenges. You can obtain the needed documentation from the courts in which you were originally tried.
(The No Record Letter or Record can be notarized for them. Prevention from future incidents, With the numerous of Out of State agencies that do Criminal Record Checks, there is the possibilty that the record will still pop up. The person would need to know the name of the agency that did the check and submit a copy of the letter to them.)