Trust Indiana

Privacy Policy

Privacy Statement 

TrustINdiana is sensitive to the need to balance our Participants’ privacy and Indiana State law compliance requirements. TrustINdiana makes every effort to meet public policy standards requiring access to information pertaining to Local Governments. TrustINdiana does not share or sell client lists, mailing addresses or e-mail addresses except as required by law and even then, the release is reviewed by the program’s general counsel.

Visitors to do generate a “cookie” (a unique identifier used to track visitation) on their computers. Participants using MYACCESS will also generate a “cookie,” which is only used for the purposes of verification during their sessions.

Information contained in this Web site is checked and updated with due diligence on a regular basis. However, data and information on the site may become outdated. Therefore, TrustINdiana does not assume any liability or guarantee for the timeliness, accuracy and completeness of the information provided. TrustINdiana uses reasonable efforts to obtain information from sources which it believes to be reliable. TrustINdiana makes no representation that the information or opinions contained on the site is accurate, reliable or complete. The information on the site is provided for informational purposes only and is subject to change without notice.

In the course of corresponding with our Participants, TrustINdiana representatives will NEVER ask a Participant to divulge or verify their MYACCESS credentials. All Participant information is stored in a secure database within the United States of America. Access to the database is limited to authorized persons.

Email Usage

Email, as a means of corresponding with Participants, provides numerous operational advantages, such as cost savings, timeliness, and flexibility. From a Participant’s perspective, email affords a faster and more direct means of receiving important TrustINdiana information, as opposed to regular mail. The Offices of the Indiana Treasurer of State encourages the use of e-mail as means of communicating with and distributing materials to TrustINdiana Participants.

If a Participant wishes to not receive emails from TrustINdiana, they may request removal from the distribution list. Such inquiries should be made to Client Services.

This site contains links to other Web sites. TrustINdiana is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such Web sites.