The Records Department maintains all centralized records relating to the police department and the activities thereof.  Staffed from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday in addition to Wednesday 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. with exception to federal holidays, many services are rendered by this department.   Citizens can obtain assistance with the following:

*Consult the Fee Schedule


Report Copies - The Brownsburg Police Department complies with the public access laws of Indiana by making available copies of accident, incident and arrest reports.  Any citizen may request a copy.  However, it should be noted that juvenile information is protected and will not be released.  In addition, the narrative portion of incident and arrest reports will not be released as it is considered investigatory.  Sensitive information such as social security numbers, driver's license numbers, dates of birth, addresses and phone numbers are also redacted for identity protection purposes.  Public access procedures are in compliance with the Access to Public Records Act.


CITATIONS: I.C. 5-14-3-1, I.C. 5-14-3-2(n), I.C. 5-14-3-3(a), I.C. 5-14-3-6, I.C. 5-14-3-4, I.C. 31-39-3-4, I.C. 31-39-3-2, I.C. 31-30-1-2, I.C. 31-30-1-4, I.C. 31-30-3-3, I.C. 10-13-4-12, I.C. 10-13-4-11



For faster and more convenient service obtaining copies of accident reports electronically, citizens may visit:



Gun Permit Applications - Citizens who reside in the corporate limits of the Town of Brownsburg may make application for a firearm carry or hunting and targeting permit at the Brownsburg Police Department, including the required fingerprinting.  However, on-line electronic application is required by the Indiana State Police and can be completed by visiting:


Citizens who apply on-line and pay the State of Indiana fee are still required to report to the Brownsburg Police Department to pay their local fee within 30 days.  Fingerprinting can be done at the police department or at L1 locations provided on the Indiana State Police website. 


Firearm Registration - Citizens may also register their firearm with the Brownsburg Police Department who then files the information with the State of Indiana.  This is voluntary.  Persons who wish to do so must bring in the unloaded weapon for serial number and model verification, along with photo identification.


Fingerprinting - Citizens may obtain fingerprints from the Brownsburg Police Department for various reasons such as gun permit application, adoption or employment. 


Alarm Permits - By Town Ordinance, citizens are required to obtain an alarm permit for private security alarms installed in their home or business.  Permits are obtained from and fees are paid to the Brownsburg Police Department.  Citizens or Business Owners wishing to make application for an alarm permit can do so during regular business hours. Once the application is complete and the fee is paid, a Permit Number sticker is issued to be prominently displayed on a window or door of the home or business.  Renewal reminders and requests for payment are mailed by the Brownsburg Police Department. 


Criminal HistoriesCitizens can obtain a limited local criminal history on themselves from the Brownsburg Police Department.  Those who require county-wide criminal histories must make inquiry at the Hendricks County Sheriff's Department and those who require state-wide criminal histories must make inquiry at the Indiana State Police.  The Brownsburg Police Department will not release information generated by other law enforcement agencies.  Requests for this information must be made in person, accompanied by photo identification. 


Notary - All members of staff in the Records Department are Notary Publics.  This service is provided for a nominal fee during regular business hours. 


Rider Requests - Citizens at least 18 years of age may request to participate in a ride along with a police officer.  Participation is subject to assumption of risk and application approval.  The following guidelines apply:


 1.   Rider must obey all legal orders of the officer.

 2.   Rider must wear a seat belt at all times.

 3.   Rider must make a request to ride at least two (2) business days prior to riding time. 

 4.   Rider must present a neat, clean and businesslike appearance.

 5.   Rider shall not have consumed alcohol or drugs.

 6.   Rider must be at least eighteen (18) years of age.

 7.   Rider will not exceed four (4) hours of ride time.

 8.   Rider will not participate in the ride along program more than two (2) times per calendar year, unless authorized by the Shift Supervisor.

 9.   Rider will not ride along with the same officer more than one (1) time in a calendar year, unless authorized by the Shift Supervisor.

10.  Civilian (non-sworn) riders will not carry a firearm or any other weapon during the ride along.

11.  Rider will not be allowed to exit the police vehicle at any time to assist the officer on a call with exception to "officer down" situations.

12.  Rider understands that at any time during the shift, permission to ride may be terminated without reason.

13.  Rider understands that requests to ride may be denied for any reason.

14.  Rider will not interact with, give directions to, state opinions to, or give advice to members of the public.    

Parade or Public Gathering Request - Are you organizing a parade or public gathering such has a block party, walk/run, bike ride or motorcycle ride?  In accordance with Town of Brownsburg Ordinance Chapter 95, these types of events require approval by the Chief of Police prior to obtaining a permit from the Clerk-Treasurer's Office.  Please complete the following form to begin the approval process. 

Community Service Work Requests - The Brownsburg Police Department, in cooperation with Hendricks County Probation, may provide opportunities for persons ordered to complete community service.  However, the department is under no obligation to do so and a request may be denied for any reason.  Please complete the following form and be prepared to submit a copy of your probation paperwork upon request.  A representative of the department will contact you within seven (7) business days regarding your request. 





Incident or Arrest Report - Original Report



Incident or Arrest Report - Each Supplemental Report



Accident Report



Gun Permit - 4 Year Hunting & Target



Gun Permit - 4 Year Personal Protection



Gun Permit - Lifetime Hunting & Target No Current License



Gun Permit - Lifetime Personal Protection No Current License



Gun Permit - Lifetime Personal Protection Possesses Current License



Alarm Permit - Residential (Paid Every Two Years)



Alarm Permit - Business (Paid Annually)



Local Criminal History



Fingerprinting (1st Set FREE Brownsburg Resident Prior to Fee for Additional Sets)







*Fees paid to the State of Indiana must be in the form of a money order or cashier's check.  Fees paid to the Brownsburg Police Department in cash must be the exact amount.  Credit cards (Visa, MasterCard or Discover) are accepted.  Personal checks are not accepted. 
Request for Tape Reproduction or Police Run Report - All requests for tape reproduction and police run reports must be obtained from the Hendricks County Communication Center (HCCC).  Click on the below link to complete the request form which will be forwarded once completed.


Brownsburg Police Department

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31 N Green St
Brownsburg, IN 46112
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  • Phone: 
    (317) 852-1109
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  • Department Hours:
    8:00am to 4:00pm