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ISP School Bus Inspections

July 24, 2014

ISP_SchoolBusInspectionThe Indiana State Police, in accordance with state law, conduct inspections of all school buses used to transport children to public and private schools. All buses are inspected annually. Buses more than 12 model years old are inspected biannually.
While school bus inspection reports are a public record, historically there was not a simple way for parents, school officials, or the public in general to view the thousands of inspection reports prepared by state police personnel each school year. To make school bus records more accessible the Indiana State Police Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division, in collaboration with the Indiana Office of Technology (IOT), and Indiana Interactive, developed a public access portal website where school bus inspection records can be viewed from the comfort of a parents’ home computer.
Looking at the website you will see that the Argos Community Schools have a total of 14 busses. They have all been inspected and approved. The Bremen Public Schools have 19 busses and they too have all been inspected and passed. The Culver Community Schools have a total of 27 busses. 25 of their busses have been inspected and passed. The Plymouth Community School Corporation has a total of 42 busses. 22 of their buses were inspected and those 22 passes. The Triton School Corporation has a total of 25 busses. Eight of their busses were inspected with 5 being approved, 2 were ordered repaired and 1 was put out of service because the battery compartment door will not open without a key and the key must be available.
The goal of this public access portal website is to provide parents, school officials, and the public in general, an easy to navigate website with up-to-date school bus inspection information.