How to Do an Indiana Warrant Search

How to Do an Indiana Warrant Search Easily and Anonymously

If you are like thousands of other people in the state of Indiana, you may not be aware that you have an outstanding warrant. It could be that you forgot to pay a ticket, renew a license, or something similar. But how do you find out? DoNotPay can conduct an using a search product that scans through documents on your behalf, easily and quickly, avoiding fees for not paying on time, embarrassment, or even arrest.

Why Should I Do an Indiana Warrant Search?

If you have an open warrant, you can at any time be served and be faced with a fine or even jail time. Open warrants can also show up in background checks which have become normal for many pre-employment screenings. If someone you live with has an open warrant, and you know it, you could also be charged with harboring a fugitive. You may also be checking on someone before entering a personal or professional relationship to make sure that there are no open warrants on that person, as well.

Can I Do a Warrant Search on My Own?

Of course, you can. But there are some things you should know when searching for an open bench or arrest warrant record for yourself or for someone close to you.

State of Indiana WebsiteIndiana does supply warrant information on their state website unless a court has indicated that the warrant is confidential. If a defendant in a criminal case is included on the site and a warrant has been issued, you will find the information. However, the state web page does not offer a warrant search, nor is there a public website for searching all arrest warrants throughout the state. And only specific counties within the state use the case management system that supplies that limited information.
Visit the Sheriff's OfficeThis can be a bit complicated. If you think you know the county where the offense took place, you can visit the Sheriff's office in that county and request information. If there is an open warrant, however, you could be required to pay a fine on the spot or could be arrested.
Pay-to-Search WebsitesCountless websites claim to provide complete reports on a person's criminal history, personal information, and warrants. Many can provide you with helpful information but can cost up to $50 for a search.

What if I Can’t Do It Myself?

You can see that the three traditional ways can be time-consuming, expensive, and even risky. You can hire an attorney who could do the leg work for you, but that can get pretty expensive. Or you can check out DoNotPay's Warrant Search Product. We will scan online public records for open warrants. And if we don't find anything we will contact the Sheriff's office and request copies of any matching warrants.

How Can DoNotPay Help With My Indiana Warrant Search?

DoNotPay can easily search records and request copies, saving you time and stress. We can request the information so you remain anonymous. You can do a warrant search quickly without the frustrating hours spent scanning the internet or making trips to law enforcement offices and courthouses by accessing DoNotPay's Warrant Search and completing these easy steps:

  1. Go to the Check for Warrants product on DoNotPay.

  2. Choose whether you want to search for yourself or someone else, and answer a few questions to help us narrow down the search results, including current and previous addresses, age, the names of parents/relatives, and any known aliases.

  3. Select how you would like to receive the results in the case where we have to contact the police station on your behalf (by mail or email).

  4. Enter your contact information, including email, address, and phone number.

Why Should I Use DoNotPay for My Indiana Warrant Search?

Using DoNotPay to conduct is:

  • Easy
  • Fast
  • Successful

Let DoNotPay take away the frustration, save you time, and save money over the other online background check services.

Can DoNotPay Help Search for Warrants From Other Areas?

Absolutely! We can help find warrants from:

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