The following are some examples of situations in which Search Watches are used:
To check for charges after an arrest
Probation officers monitoring probationers
Attorneys keeping track of clients
News media keeping track of politicians and other public figures
Abstractors checking on sellers (until a sale has closed)
Parents checking on their children away at college
Divorced parents keeping track of former spouses (while working with custody issues)
Employers monitoring employees
To see our information on privacy and public access issues, click here.
To set a Search Watch on a name:
On the or the type a name in the field below "Search by" box and click the button.
Click the link labeled "save search" located on the top right of your list of results.
Type a search name (something that identifies this search to you) in the box.
Next, select "Notify me when the results of this search change:" You can choose "immediately" or "once daily".
Click the button.
You will come to the following screen: "Manage My Saved Searches".
From the "Manage My Saved Searches" screen you can do any of the following:
Run your search by clicking the "Run This Search" link.
Edit your search criteria and adjust your email settings by clicking the .
Delete the search from your list of saved searches by clicking the .
Last updated on 10/28/2019
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
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