HB 1013 - Geolocation information and unmanned aerial vehicles. View the Act
HB 1330 - Specifies that a "person" includes a political subdivision for purposes of the statute concerning liens for the repair, storage, servicing, or furnishing of supplies for certain motor vehicles, airplanes, machinery, and equipment. Establishes a procedure for the disposal and removal of an abandoned aircraft or a derelict aircraft from the premises of: (1) a public-use airport; or (2) a fixed-base operator at a public-use airport. View the Bill
HB 1358 - Allows a law enforcement officer to use an unmanned aerial vehicle to obtain aerial photographs or video images of a crime scene without first obtaining a search warrant in certain instances. Provides that a person who operates an unmanned aerial vehicle within a 1,500 foot radius of an emergency incident area or in the area above an emergency incident in a manner that obstructs or interferes with: (1) a law enforcement officer; (2) a firefighter; (3) an emergency medical person; or (4) a member of a search and rescue team or mission; while such individuals are performing or attempting to perform their official duties commits public safety remote aerial interference, a Class A misdemeanor. View the Bill
SB 299 - Amends the definition of “unmanned aerial vehicle” throughout the Indiana Code to specify that the term includes: (1) an unmanned aircraft and an unmanned aircraft system; and (2) a small unmanned aircraft and a small unmanned aircraft system; all as defined in federal law. Creates the following new criminal offenses involving the use of an unmanned aerial vehicle as Class A misdemeanors: (1) Sex offender unmanned aerial vehicle offense. (2) Public safety remote aerial interference. (3) Remote aerial voyeurism. (4) Remote aerial harassment. Provides that the offenses are Level 6 felonies if the accused person Offenses involving unmanned aerial vehicles. View the Act
SB 83 – Provides that a person who places a tracking device, including an unmanned aerial vehicle, on an individual or the individual’s property commits remote criminal tracking. View the Bill
SB 85 – Provides that a person who places a tracking device, including an unmanned aerial vehicle, on an individual or the individual’s property commits remote criminal tracking. View the Bill
Previously Introduced Legislation (2018)
SB 334 - Provides that a person who knowingly or intentionally flies an unmanned aerial vehicle within 400 feet of a critical infrastructure facility commits a Class A misdemeanor. View the Bill
Previously Introduced Legislation (2017)
HB 1165 - Provides that a person who knowingly or intentionally flies an unmanned aerial vehicle within 400 feet of a critical infrastructure facility commits a Class A misdemeanor. View the Bill
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Previously Introduced Legislation (2016)
SB 149 - Prohibition on operating a drone while impaired. Provides that a person who operates an unmanned aerial vehicle while intoxicated commits the crime of operating an unmanned aerial vehicle while intoxicated, a Class B misdemeanor. View the Bill
Previously Introduced Legislation (2015)
SB 365 - Electronic documents. Defines ""electronic document"" and provides that an electronic document may be searched, seized, or intercepted only if it is particularly described in a warrant. View the Bill
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SB 442 - Hunting wildlife. Removes exotic mammals from the animals that may be propagated or offered for hunting at a shooting preserve. Makes it a Class C misdemeanor to: (1) engage in computer assisted remote hunting or provide or operate a computer assisted remote hunting facility; (2) use an unmanned aerial vehicle to search for, scout, locate, or detect wildlife as an aid to hunt ... View the Bill