2021 Indiana Code
Title 9. Motor Vehicles
Article 14. Bureau of Motor Vehicles
Chapter 13. Privacy and Disclosure of Bureau Records
9-14-13-3. Confidential Records Related to Law Enforcement

Universal Citation: IN Code § 9-14-13-3 (2021)

Sec. 3. (a) If the governor, the superintendent of the state police department, or the highest officer located in Indiana of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the United States Secret Service, or the United States Treasury Department certifies to the bureau that:

(1) an individual named in the certification is an officer or employee of a state, county, or city department or bureau with police power;

(2) the nature of the individual's work or duties is of a secret or confidential nature; and

(3) in the course of the individual's work the individual uses the motor vehicle described in the certification;

the bureau shall regard all of the bureau's records concerning the certificate of title or certificate of registration of the motor vehicle and the driver's license of the individual described in the certification as confidential.

(b) The bureau may disclose the records described in subsection (a) only upon one (1) of the following:

(1) An order of a court with jurisdiction made in a cause or matter pending before the court.

(2) The written request of the officer, employee, or a successor of the officer or employee making the certification.

(3) A request of the governor.

[Pre-2016 Revision Citation: 9-14-3-9.]

As added by P.L.198-2016, SEC.193.

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