March 30, 2017 18:26 Updated Follow Yes, in general. OEA's files are public records and may be inspected and copied in accordance with IC 5-14-3. Some parts of the records, such as the ELJ's notes, may be exempt from public view, but most of the record may be inspected. Related articles How do I reset my password? How do I file for unemployment? How do I get copies of IOSHA case files or company histories? How do I file a Civil Service System complaint with SEAC? How do I request or where can I find public records/files?