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The Volunteer Handicap Parking Enforcement Patrol



  • To prevent the unauthorized use of handicap parking stalls by promoting community awareness.
  • To promote cooperation between the volunteers and the police in resolving the problem.
  • To enforce the City Ordinances and State Statutes on handicap parking.
  • To aid the police, freeing them to respond to higher risk calls.


Volunteers must:

  • Must be 21 years of age and a United States Citizen.
  • Must pass initial screening, a background check, and an interview.
  • Must possess a valid driver's license, have valid insurance, and access to transportation.
  • Must serve without expectation of pay or reimbursement for any expenses incurred.
  • Must successfully complete certification training and any refresher classes that may be offered.
  • Have a laminated photo ID as approved by the Chief of Police.
  • Have a completed application on file with the Coordinator of Volunteers.

To learn more about this program and/or become an HCPP volunteer, contact the Omaha Police Coordinator of Volunteers at (402)444-3598.


Handicap Parking Enforcement Packet