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I have received many questions about "who is looking", and "what is happening" with our posts? I'll admit it's not a fast process to assist and improve a government system that's been overburdened and difficult to enforce for so many years. But I am happy to say that the police at the San Francisco Investigative Team of DMV are taking notice, (...) View more
56 yr old with MS
This post is actually two questions: one for Dr. Russell, and one for Ticket Queen. While they may seem unrelated, I see a connection between them.
Dr. Russell, in reading several of your posts, you lay out a scenario where a reasonable person (RP), intent on causing a measure of justice to be visited upon a Handicapped Space violator, takes note of and passes on to local authorities the (...) View more
Silver Bullet 00
It's amazing how many people I see using the handicapped parking slots at their local Wal-Mart that once they are inside the store all health problems seem to dissappear. This especially true on the Friday after Thanksgiven when the christmas shopping starts. Handicappers who have to park at the front door cause they can't walk, breath or whatever, can manage to run thru all 200 (...) View more
Did you ever wonder what happens to the tickets, disabled and other violations, police write? At least in Miami, Florida, you can check out the Miami Dade Court Clerk's website,
This website gives you where the case is in the court system, hearing date, location, time etc. It usually takes 2 weeks for the ticket to be (...) View more
This is an appeal to Southern California users of this site. If you spot someone who may be using a handicapped placard fraudulently, please contact Lisa Bartley at KABC-TV Eyewitness News. 818 863-7635 or firstname.lastname@example.org. I'm especially interested in geting in touch with the person who reported a possible violator in Irvine, CA on 1/14/08. Please call if you get this message. Thank (...) View more
Roger Russell, Ph.D.
This web site does not support personal confrontation. In it's place, it offers post-its that can be put on the vehicle. It seems to me this is NOT something to be done when the person parking is present. It would entirely defeat the purpose of the post-it to put it on the vehicle while the person was there. In that case, might as well just tell the person aloud. But that's not (...) View more
In the past couple of weeks I have been confronted about my disability not asked.
I currently have a handicapped plate and have had to apply for it 3 times in 2 different states. I have a rare form of muscular dystrophy which was progressing at an alarming rate until I finally decided my life was worth more than my career & I learned to control my activity level to some degree. I do (...) View more
I would like to touch bases and see what is working for you. Thanks
My husband has a disability and has legal use of the handicapped placard prescribed by his doctor but unless its a day when he walks with trouble he usually appears healthy and robust. Not all disabilities are visible! I would not be happy to have our use of the handicapped parking space questioned. We are honest people who observe all laws. It would be embarrassing for him to have to explain to (...) View more
I'm a producer at KABC-TV Eyewitness News in Los Angeles. We're hoping to do a story on this website and the larger issue of disabled placard fraud. If you live in the Southern California area and can help, please contact me at Lisa.Bartley@abc.com
I'm hoping someone can point us toward a habitual offender in our area. Or if you regularly go out looking for offenders with (...) View more