2017 Indiana Code
TITLE 35. Criminal Law and Procedure
ARTICLE 46. MISCELLANEOUS OFFENSES
CHAPTER 8.5. Unlawful Photography and Surveillance on Private Property
35-46-8.5-1. Unlawful photography and surveillance on private property

Universal Citation: IN Code § 35-46-8.5-1 (2017)
IC 35-46-8.5-1 Unlawful photography and surveillance on private property

     Sec. 1. (a) This section does not apply to any of the following:

(1) Electronic or video toll collection facilities or activities authorized under any of the following:

(A) IC 8-15-2.

(B) IC 8-15-3.

(C) IC 8-15.5.

(D) IC 8-15.7.

(E) IC 8-16.

(F) IC 9-21-3.5.

(2) A law enforcement officer who has obtained:

(A) a search warrant; or

(B) the consent of the owner or private property;

to place a camera or electronic surveillance equipment on private property.

(3) A law enforcement officer who uses a law enforcement recording device in performance of the officer's duties.

     (b) A person who knowingly or intentionally places a camera or electronic surveillance equipment that records images or data of any kind while unattended on the private property of another person without the consent of the owner or tenant of the private property commits a Class A misdemeanor.

As added by P.L.170-2014, SEC.26. Amended by P.L.58-2016, SEC.10.

 

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