Indiana State Health Inspector law. IC 16-20-1-23 Inspection of private property; property in which officer has interest Sec. 23.
(a) Except as provided in subsection
(b), the local health officer or the officer's designee may enter upon and inspect private property, at proper times after due notice, in regard to the possible presence, source, and cause of disease. The local health officer or designee may order what is reasonable and necessary for prevention and suppression of disease and in all reasonable and necessary ways protect the public health.
(b) However, a local health officer, or a person acting under the local health officer, shall not inspect property in which the local health officer has any interest, whether real, equitable, or otherwise. Any such inspection or any attempt to make such inspection is grounds for removal as provided for in this article.
(c) This section does not prevent inspection of premises in which a local health officer has an interest if the premises cannot otherwise be inspected. If the premises cannot otherwise be inspected, the county health officer shall inspect the premises personally. As added by P.L.2-1993, SEC.3.
This Video Of Nature Was Recorded In LaPorte County, Indiana... Located In The Northern Part Of Indiana...
I Asked And Showed This To A Few Of My Law Enforcement Buddies And They Said As Long As There Is Probable Cause or Evidence Of Wrong Doing or A Complaint Filed To The Health Department, This Trespass Is Legal Without Warrant, But If The Information In Regards To The Complaint Is False, The Property Owner Has The Right To Sue Both The Sheriffs Dept And The Health Dept. For Illegal Trespass If Trespass Can Be Proven.
As We Can See Here, There Is Video Evidence By The Owner Of The Property That This Trespass Is Liable. FBI Told Me If The LaPorte County Sheriff and The LaPorte County Health Inspector Don't Have Evidence Against The Property Owner To Prove Wrong Doing, The Property Owner Has A Right To Sue Both Firms For Pliable Trespass Without Warrant.
In Other Words Their Screwed If No Evidence Is Found On The Property. GOODLUCK! To The Property Owner and Good Thing You Had A Video Camera!