Disability Parking Enforcement Program

Disability Parking Enforcement Program

In 1993 Denver initiated the Disability Parking Enforcement Program (DPEP).  This program consists of volunteers, who give their time and talents to enforce disability parking within the City of Denver.  This is done through education and enforcement process.

People interested in the volunteer program must apply and meet the necessary requirements:
1. Volunteers will be screened by an oral board and a background check is required.
2. Must complete 30 hours of classroom and field work.  The work consists of review of parking laws, writing tickets, officer safety training, testifying in court, safe driving and community relations.  When a student graduates they are then given a special police identification which allows the officer to write tickets on public or private property in the City of Denver.
3. Volunteers must be 21 years old.
4. Volunteers must volunteer at least 6 hours a month to this viable program.
If interested click here to download the application

Please mail the application to:
Agency for Human Rights & Community Partnerships
Denver Office of Disability Rights
201 W. Colfax Avenue, Dept 1102
Denver, CO 80202
Attn: Dale Coski or email dale.coski@denvergov.org
or fax to 720-913-8470 



The Denver Office of Disability Rights 
201 W. Colfax Avenue, Dept. 1102 | Denver, Colorado 80202
720-913-8480 | 720-913-8470 Fax | 720-913-8475 TTY