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Pay Online

Pay Online

GovPayNet Payment Types

GovPayNet Payment Types

Pay by phone

Pay by Phone

Pay with Credit/Debit Card

Pay with Credit/Debit Card

Parking Citation Payment Options

Parking Citation Payment Options

NOTICE

If you have received a parking violation that looks like one of the following...

 Ticket for Parking Violation   Ticket for Parking Violation

Then please pay here for parking violations.

If your citation DOES NOT look like the images above, or is not a parking violation, please use the following link instead.

Pay for all other violations here.


*Once payment has been submitted, you CANNOT change your plea or stop the payment process!

 

*THERE ARE NO REFUNDS!*

  

If penalty sum is paid: Cost is:
within five (5) business days from ticket issue date $10.00
after five (5) business days from ticket issue date $15.00

 

 

 

  

Terre Haute Police Department now accepts credit and debit card payments! Payments can be made with a major credit, debit, or prepaid debit card, including:

GovPayNet Payment Types

*A service fee is charged by GovPayNet (the credit card processing company). The fee will be displayed before you finalize your payment. This fee is not collected nor assessed by the Terre Haute Police Department.*

 

 

There are three easy ways to make your payment:

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Pay Online Pay by Phone

Terre Haute Police Department
Records Division
1211 Wabash Avenue
Terre Haute, IN 47807
Monday - Friday 8:00am - 4:00pm
Click here for holiday closings

Payment types accepted at this location will be:

  • CASH
  • CASHIER'S CHECK
  • MONEY ORDER
  • CREDIT OR DEBIT CARD

*When paying with CREDIT OR DEBIT CARD, a service fee is charged by GovPayNet (the credit card processing company). The fee will be displayed before you finalize your payment. This fee is not collected nor assessed by the Terre Haute Police Department.

To make a payment, you will need the following:

  • Name of Defendant
  • Defendant Date of Birth
  • Telephone Number
  • Incident/Ticket Number
  • Payment amount
  • Pay Location Code: 9089

 

Conveniently make your payment online.

*A service fee is charged by GovPayNet (the credit card processing company). The fee will be displayed before you finalize your payment. This fee is not collected nor assessed by the Terre Haute Police Department.

To make a payment, you will need the following:

  • Name of Defendant
  • Defendant Date of Birth
  • Telephone Number
  • Incident/Ticket Number
  • Payment amount 
  • Pay Location Code: 9089

You may also make your payment by credit or debit card by calling
1-888-604-7888

*A service fee is charged by GovPayNet (the credit card processing company). You will be informed of the fee before you finalize your payment. This fee is not collected nor assessed by the Terre Haute Police Department.

To make a payment, you will need the following:

  • Name of Defendant
  • Defendant Date of Birth
  • Telephone Number
  • Incident/Ticket Number
  • Payment amount
  • Pay Location Code: 9089

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         

 

Terre Haute Police Department

Terre Haute Police Department

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Handgun Permit Information

Contains information and instructions on how to obtain handgun permits

Handgun Permit Information

Contains information and instructions on how to obtain handgun permits

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR OBTAINING HANDGUN PERMIT


Step 1:  Complete the online application at https://firearms.ariesportal.com/  At the end of the application, you will receive directions on how to schedule electronic fingerprinting (step 2) and payment of state fee. For Questions call 317-233-5054.

Step 2:  Schedule electronic fingerprinting through MorphoTrust, at http://www.l1enrollment.com/state/?st=in  For Questions regarding scheduling call 877-472-6917

Step 3:  Bring your Application Number to your local law enforcement agency for approval and local fee payment.

Step 4:  Your application will be electronically transferred to ISP for final review.  If your application is approved, your permit will be sent to you via U.S. Mail.  If your application is rejected, you will be notified via U.S. Mail and will receive instructions on how to file an appeal.

Check the status of your application online at https://firearms.ariesportal.com/

NOTE: If you go to the fingerprint collection site without completing the steps outlined above, you will be turned away until these steps are completed.

Vehicle Crash Reports Download

The link address is: https://www.buycrash.com/

Office of Public Information

Office of Public Information

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 Media requests, demos, as well as other community engagement inquiries, can be made through this office.

Sergeant Ryan Adamson 
ryan.adamson@terrehaute.in.gov
812-244-2601

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Human Relations

Human Relations

Human Relations

Human Relations

At the very heart of everything the Terre Haute Police Department does is the community. Communities are diverse and getting to know each and everyone within the Wabash Valley helps us do our job more effectively. Put simply, diversity means difference across race, gender, disability, sexual orientation, faith and age.

We take diversity related issues very seriously and continually review how we can best meet the needs of the residents of Terre Haute and those who work and visit here.

It’s important to us that your experience with the Terre Haute Police Department is a positive one and that means being sensitive and responsive to your individual needs.

Valuing differences, treating people fairly and judging people on merit makes for better policing and we’re determined to make sure nobody who comes into contact with us is disadvantaged.

We strive to make the way we deliver our services, provide information, and carry out our employment functions open and accessible to all.

Please see the noted web-link for more information:

https://terrehaute.in.gov/departments/human/human-relations

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Wabash Valley Night Out

Wabash Valley Night Out

Join us at the 2020 Wabash Valley Night Out, at Fairbanks Park. This event gives the community a chance to connect with local law enforcement agencies, first responders, community organizations and more. 

There will be a rock-climbing wall, bounces houses, free food, school supplies and more!