Operation No Permit, No Park


Police are warning drivers not to abuse disabled parking spaces in the Brisbane City area. You can report disability parking offences in Brisbane City to Policelink and have the complaint linked to Operation No Permit No Park (QP1500008862) for follow up and increased patrols of the area.

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Police would like to remind permit holders to have permits displayed correctly in the windscreen so that the permit and the expiry date are clearly visible from the outside. Remember blue permits are no longer valid and that the valid permits are either the red permit or the Australian disability permit. These must be in date to be valid.


We are working in conjunction with Myer Centre car park and Parking Secure car parks to ensure disability parking bays are enforced therefore leaving them free for permit holders.

In 2014 the incidents of parking abuse is beginning to decline.

Offence Occurrences
Stop in a disability parking bay 207
Stop in a disability parking bay, non-compliance with permit conditions 1
Deceased persons permits being used 3
Expired permits being used 2

qld-disability-parking-permitPermit numbers are checked with Department of Transport to confirm that they are valid permits.

So far in 2015 12 infringements have been issued for stop in a disabled bay and one fraudulent permit detected.

You can find out more information on Parking Permits here.

If you have information for police, contact Policelink on 131 444 or provide information using the online form 24hrs per day.

You can report information about crime anonymously to Crime Stoppers, a registered charity and community volunteer organisation, by calling 1800 333 000 or via 24hrs per day.

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