How long is a criminal history record kept in the Indiana State Police database?

Published 01/04/2007 02:05 PM   |    Updated 07/29/2013 09:54 AM

How long is a record kept in the database?

The criminal history is stored in the secure Indiana State Police database. A person's criminal history  is stored in the database until they die or until they reach the age of 99 years and have not had another criminal act for previous 15 years (so they have been crime free from the age of 84).  Records have been maintained since the mid-1930's to present.

Additional questions contact the Indiana State Police, @  Recorders Division, (317) 233-5424. Cost: $7: Limited and $10: Review Challenge (full).

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