Doxpop - Tools for Attorneys and Public Information Researchers: March 2015

Monday, March 30, 2015

Doxpop Welcomes Steuben County Recorder!

We're happy to announce the newest member of our network, Steuben County Recorder! Linda Myers and her staff are adding Doxpop public access to the long list of services they provide to their citizens.

Linda is new to the elected position of Recorder, but a veteran of the office and was aided in the transition by her experienced staff. Along with public access through Doxpop, Linda is also adding our property watch service through which you may sign up to receive email alerts if your name or property is transferred or included in a document for any reason.

These new services have been added without cost to the citizens of Steuben County.

Both the index and images available for Steuben County are complete from 1994 forward.

Access to the document index is available for free at a low-volume rate for the typical person seeking information about his or her own records, and for professionals needing higher volumes, a fee-based subscription service is available. Copy fees vary from $2 to $1 per page, depending on search volume. Go to to try out the new service at no cost.

Also please check out the property watch service at to help prevent identity theft and property fraud. This service costs nothing and allows Steuben County residents to set a "watch" for any documents filed at the Recorder's office that reference their name or real property. Sign yourself up, along with any older members of your family who wouldn't have an email address.

In addition to information from the Steuben County Recorder, the Doxpop web site  offers access to information from 34 other Indiana recorders and court case information from 88 Indiana counties.

Welcome aboard!

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Randolph County Recorder takes us back to the '90s!

No, we don't mean they're all sporting crimped hair and wearing overalls with one strap in the office...

What they've done is much less entertaining, but a lot more useful. The Randolph County Recorder has scanned a massive batch of previously off-line images and attached them to their existing index.

That means you can now find on-line images for Randolph County back to January 1, 1998 and indexes back to January 1, 1993.

Congratulations to Debbie Preston & her staff for making a 17-years worth of document images available on her computer system & online through Doxpop!

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Doxpop joins Indiana Association of Background Screeners

Although Doxpop does not do background screening in-house, many of the leading background screening firms in Indiana use Doxpop to gather public records as a part of their investigations.

These companies have recently formed an association to share information and promote best practices among Indiana background screening firms, and Doxpop has joined as an associate member.

The business of doing background screening is complex, and regulated by constantly evolving Federal and State laws. The IABS will be helping their members stay abreast of new legislation to ensure regulatory compliance. We look forward to working with this group as they build their professional membership!

Currently the following companies have joined IABS. We hope this post helps spread the word to other background screening firms using Doxpop who may have an interest:

  • Mike McCarty, Safe Hiring Solutions, Danville.
  • Will Barada- Barada & Associates, Rushville.
  • Daniel Christian- Indiana Search Technologies, Indianapolis.
  • Steve Neal- American Business Services, Indianapolis.
  • Don Johnson- Trace Investigations, Bloomington.
  • John Nolan- Nolan Security, Avon.
  • Clint Weber- Advanced Background Services, Indianapolis.
  • Larry Childress- LC Limited, Indianapolis.
  • Brandy Lord, Integrity Investigations, South Bend.
  • Dave Stinnett, Reference Services, Evansville.
  • Tim Wilcox, International Investigators, Indianapolis
  • ...And their newest member: Doxpop, Richmond.

    Anyone interested in joining this new association should contact Mike McCarty at Safe Hiring Solutions.