The IPAC is a non-partisan, independent state judicial branch agency and was created by statute in 1973. It is made up of Indiana's 91 prosecuting attorneys and their chief deputies and governed by a 10 member Board of Directors chosen from among the state's prosecuting attorneys.
The IPAC assists prosecuting attorneys by preparing manuals, providing legal research, and conducting training seminars. It serves as a liaison to local, state, and federal agencies, study commissions, and community groups in an effort to support law enforcement and promote the fair administration of justice.
DID YOU KNOW - Your county prosecutor’s office can provide child support services. Title IV-D of the Federal Social Security Act requires states to provide child support services to parents and legal guardians in need of services regardless of their income level.
The Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys Council does not provide child support services. To obtain child support services, contact your county prosecutor.
The Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys Council does not provide legal research, legal advice, or legal services to the public and does not have access to individual court records.