New Law Allows Any Public Employee to Police Disabled Parking

Mike Paczesny | The Rundown Livesize0

New laws in Wisconsin are giving local municipalities the ability to deputize any public employee to hand out tickets to those illegally parking in spots designated for the disabled.

Enforcement by these public employees can take place whether they’re on the clock or not, they also can have the car towed.

The new laws allow counties and municipalities to give any employee the right to ticket illegally parked vehicles, including private lots.

A new law recently raised fines for illegally parking in spots for the disabled from $50 to $100.

Watch out for the local janitor, or maybe it’s the accountant for the local municipality, everyone is a secret agent now.