The release follows Governor Mike Pence’s signing of HB 1141 on Tuesday.
The site provides the user with the date of seizure, county, street address, type of lab and location of the lab on the property. In addition, labs seized in vehicles will have the VIN number listed if the lab was seized after December 31, 2012.
Only labs that have been reported to the Indiana State Police either through a criminal incident report or submission by another police agency will be listed on the website. The address lists have specific timelines and delisting requirements under HB 1141.
If the address fits within the statutory timelines, users will be able to download the ISP Occurrence Report and the Indiana Department of Environmental Management’s Certificate of Illegal Drug Lab Cleanup submitted for a particular property.
If it has been disclosed through a real estate transaction that a clan lab was on the property for sale but it is not listed on the website, contact the ISP Meth Suppression Section at 317-234-4591 or within Indiana 1-877-MSS-METH.
ISP can determine if the property was delisted after cleanup or if a lab was never reported to the Indiana State Police for that location. Occurrence Reports will be available from ISP and Cleanup Certificates will still be available from IDEM for those delisted properties.
“This project has been over a year in the making, and we are pleased that Representative Wendy McNamara and Senator Randy Head worked with us and the other entities involved to pass this legislation that protects Hoosiers from the dangers posed by meth lab contamination.” stated ISP Meth Suppression Commander Sgt. Niki Crawford. “This is a victory for everyone involved.”
To visit the link go to the ISP Meth website. Click on the tab labeled “Clan Lab Addresses.”
Toward the bottom of the page select “Menu” followed by “More Views.” You can search multiple ways including by county and address.