TRAFFIC police have handed out more than 20 parking tickets after last week's Sunday Morning Post report, which revealed officers were parking private cars illegally in Kennedy Town. The line of cars, many displaying police log books or division identification on their dashboards, had been blocking the pavement and road near police married quarters. Hong Kong Island's acting Senior Superintendent of Traffic Enforcement and Control, Gerald Willy-Furth, said officers who wrote out parking tickets also recorded details of vehicles which showed police identification. The information would be used in disciplinary action against officers who broke regulations by displaying log books, stickers and logos on dashboards and windscreens. Those found to have violated regulations face a year's probation, or supervised conduct. When the Sunday Post visited Ka Wai Man Road at the Kennedy Town police quarters on Friday night, nine cars and one goods lorry were parked on the street. The previous week 20 vehicles were illegally parked on the road and pavement.