As a Class 2 City in Indiana, the City of Lafayette is audited each year by the Indiana State Board of Accounts. At the conclusion of each audit, the Field Examiners assigned to the City complete a report which is filed with the State Examiner. Copies are available in the Controller's Office, or online.
Indiana Code relative to the City Controller:
IC 5-13-6-1(d) requires that all public funds must be deposited not later than the business day following receipt of funds in one or more of the municipality's depositories.
IC 5-13-6-1(e) requires all local investment officers to reconcile at least monthly the balance of public funds, as disclosed by the records of the local officers, with the balance statements provided by the respective depositories.
IC 5-13-5-2 requires all disbursements of public funds shall be made only upon checks (warrants) drawn upon depositories which shall be signed by the public officers authorized to sign in their official capacity. No other individual or group has authority to sign in place of the fiscal officer.