Date Revised: 08/25/2022
Indiana State Department of Health
***The Indiana State Department of Health does not license Indiana camps, but does have some regulations that certain camps must follow. See links below.***
- 410 IAC 6-7.2 Youth Camps
- 410 IAC 6-12 Plan Review, Construction Permits, and Fees for Services
- Central kitchen and dining halls shall comply with 410 IAC 7-24 Retail Food Establishment Sanitation Requirements
Indiana State Police
Criminal History Limited Check
P.O. Box 6188
Indianapolis, IN 46206-6188
- Mail-in Limited Criminal History Information Request form: $7 per request:
- Online fee: $15 per record-subscribers, $16.32 per record-Credit Card
- $95 for annual subscription or Online Fee of $7.50
Covers all employers of 2 or more nonexempt employees during a workweek, (also includes the state and other governmental agencies or political subdivisions).
Exemptions: employees of camping; recreational, or guidance facilities run by a charitable religious or educational nonprofit organization; employers covered by FLSA; employers with only one employee during any workweek; employees under age 16; certain members of religious orders; volunteers for religious or charitable organizations; students working for schools where enrolled and attending; certain executive, administrative, or professional employees; persons not employed for more than 4 weeks in any 4 consecutive 3-month periods
At least $4.25/hour for workers under age 20 for the first 90 consecutive calendar days of employment.
1½ times regular rate after 40-hour week.
Those employees exempt from the state minimum wage; certain piece rate workers and certain workers who perform two or more types of work; employees who agree to receive 1½ times a set basic rate which is substantially equivalent to the average hourly earnings of the employee over a representative period
No general provision. Minors under age 18: one or two rest periods totaling at least 30 minutes during shift lasting 6 or more hours