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How do I register for an account with the INSPECT WebCenter?
Who is eligible to gain access to the Information collected by INSPECT?
What constitutes a "Practitioner" in Indiana?
What is an Agent?

How do I register for an account with the INSPECT WebCenter? 

Please visit the PMP WebCenter and click on "Not a member? Register” to apply for an account. This will initiate an automated registration process.

Please provide your basic contact information and indicate your status as a pharmacy, practitioner, or member of law enforcement. Upon completion of the application, you will be prompted to print the prepopulated registration form. This form must be notarized and submitted to the INSPECT office in order for your registration application to be processed. A registration application is not complete until the notarized registration form is received by the INSPECT office.

Once a registration application is submitted online and the notarized registration form is received in the INSPECT office, the application will be reviewed by the INSPECT staff. If approved for access, you should receive your WebCenter login information via email within 2-3 business days of sending in your account registration form.

For questions on registration please email INSPECT at or you may complete a Helpdesk ticket.

Why am I being asked to fill out an Authentication form?

Individual users must authenticate their account to retain access to the INSPECT PMP WebCenter, after December 31st, 2009. Pharmacy Upload Accounts / Dispenser Accounts do NOT need to be authenticated, the process is only required for individual search accounts belonging to practitioners or law enforcement.

Email notification from the INSPECT program was sent out to the email addresses stored in the accounts of all registered practitioner users between 12/31/2009 - 3/15/2010. A second notification was mailed out the week of May 17th, 2010, to the addresses stored in the accounts of users who had not yet authenticated their accounts. An email notification was sent to all law enforcement users on 5/3/2010. Law enforcement authentications must be accompanied by a letter of intent on agency letter head with a supervisor's signature.

If authentication paperwork has not been completed for an individual account, please contact the INSPECT program to regain access to a registered account. Please send questions concerning account authentication to or you may complete a HelpDesk ticket.

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Original Email Notification

To: All current INSPECT users

RE: Mandatory INSPECT Account Re-Authentication

The INSPECT Program Staff respectfully requests your immediate assistance in an effort to re-authenticate all active users of our online system. This effort stems from newly mandatory authentication requirements set forth in the National All Substances Prescription Electronic Reporting (NASPER) Act - a law providing significant federal grant funding to the INSPECT Program.

In order to successfully re-authenticate your user account, you must complete the following steps:

  1. Fill out the attached "Practitioner Registration" form (Note: Please make sure to type / print clearly!)
  2. Sign the form.
  3. Have the form notarized by an authorized Notary Public.
  4. Mail the notarized form to INSPECT at the following address:

    • Indiana Professional Licensing Agency
      ATTN: INSPECT Program
      402 W. Washington Street, RM W072
      Indianapolis, IN 46204

To avoid any disruption to your INSPECT account services, please complete the above described steps in a timely manner. If we do not receive your notarized "Practitioner Registration" form before the deadline, your user account will be locked pending successful receipt of all required documentation. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, and we thank you for your cooperation.

User Guides

Once your application has been accepted, please review our usage policies and guidelines available on the Policies page.

Waiting on your registration to be approved?

Make sure you have fully completed your registration with the INSPECT WebCenter. If you have registered online, but have not submitted the notarized account registration form, your registration is not complete and cannot be processed. INSPECT will only be able to process your registration once the notarized registration form has been submitted to our office. It is not necessary to complete this form for a Pharmacy Data Upload Account.

    Who is eligible to gain access to the Information collected by INSPECT?

    • Licensing Boards engaged in an investigation of a licensee
    • Attorney General's Office, if they are involved in an investigation, adjudication, or a prosecution regarding a violation of state/federal laws concerning controlled substances
    • Law Enforcement, when an investigation involving an individual or proceeding involving the unlawful diversion or misuse of schedule II, III, IV or V controlled substances, the information obtained must assist in the investigation
    • Practitioners who are providing medical or pharmaceutical treatment, or evaluating the need for providing such treatment, to a patient

    What constitutes a "Practitioner" in Indiana?

    IC 35-48-7-5.8 defines a practitioner as, "…a Physician, Dentist, Veterinarians, Podiatrists, Nurse Practitioners, Scientific Investigators, Pharmacists, or any other institution or individual licensed, registered, or otherwise permitted to distribute, dispense or conduct research with respect to, or administer a controlled substance in the course of professional practice or research in the United States.

    In short, a practitioner must have a valid CSR license and an individual DEA number to be eligible for access to the INSPECT WebCenter.

    What is an Agent?

    INSPECT recognizes that practitioners are often busy and may want to delegate the requesting of reports to an office administrator or support staff member.

    INSPECT allows users of the WebCenter to designate an agent to request reports on behalf of the registered user, however both the registered user and their agent need to be aware that any misuse or illicit activity taking place in the account will fall solely on the registered practitioner. Both the agent and registered user should be aware of the usage policies and guidelines for a WebCenter account, available on the Policies page.

    For this reason we recommend that when choosing your agent it should be a trusted individual with whom you’ve worked with for an extended period of time, and someone that is not in a position with a high turnover rate such as a Medical Assistant or Pharmacy Technician.

    If you have questions on agent access, please email INSPECT at