Doxpop is a tool intended to help the public access court
information easily and without having to make a trip to the
Although any person may use this service, it is particularly
useful to professionals who interact with the courts
regularly or depend upon the courts for information vital
to their business.
Doxpop is funded solely by our
who pay a small fee in return for access to many extra
features. This allows Doxpop to provide a range of services
appropriate to all users without burdening taxpayers
who will only use the system occasionally.
Doxpop headquarters are located in the Uptown district of
Richmond, Indiana. Contact us for further information:
822 E. Main St.
Richmond, IN 47374
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As a provider of access to public information, we are stewards who must treat
the information with respect and care.
Working with Doxpop will simplify your office, saving time and money.
Openness and Privacy:
Access to public information must be delivered in a manner that acknowledges the American
principles of both open access to government information and the privacy of individuals.
All data transmitted to Doxpop is held in a secure database, completely
isolated from the courts' and Recorders' own systems.
With Doxpop, the reasonable costs of open access are borne gladly by the users
- professionals and others who need the information - rather than taxpayers.
The data or information provided is based on information obtained
Indiana Courts, Clerks, Recorders, and Department of Revenue, and is not to be considered or used as an official record.
the Division of State Court
Administration, the Indiana Courts and Clerks of Court,
the Indiana Recorders, and the Indiana Department of Revenue:
1) Do not warrant that the information is accurate or complete;
2) Make no representations regarding the identity of any persons
whose names appear in the information; and
3) Disclaim any liability for any damages resulting from the release
or use of the information. The user should verify the information
by personally consulting the official record maintained by the
court, clerk, recorder or Department of Revenue