Well who's going to ticket them if they park in handicap anyways?At the location where I work we have 10 handicap spots and 6 "low emitting" spots, then about 30 general parking. Sounds like a good idea but there's flaws..
1. its a a secure police station with no public access, so there shouldn't be a handicap officer. (If you're injured that severely, you're medically retired by the dept).
2. You're in Texas. Good luck with low emitting. We drive trucks.
3. There's far more than 50 officers at my station.
4. Officers don't like being told where we can and cannot park, therefore those handicapped spots are first come first serve.