Indiana Drone Laws
State Rules and Regulations
Federal airspace laws take precedence over state drone laws. If a state or local law directly conflicts with FAA regulations, the state or local law is likely to be invalidated.
“Unmanned aerial vehicle” means an aircraft that:
“Use of an unmanned aerial vehicle” means the use of an unmanned aerial vehicle by a law enforcement officer to obtain evidence relevant to the enforcement of statutes, rules, or regulations. The term includes:
Indiana Code 14-22-6-16 - Use of unmanned aerial vehicles to aid hunting
Prohibits use of drones to aid in hunting activity.
Indiana Code 35-33-5-9 - Unmanned aerial vehicles; search warrant; exceptions
Places limits on law enforcement use of drones; creates an exception that law enforcement may use drones to obtain aerial photographs or recordings of motor vehicle accidents on public streets or highways.