Mr Davies has told the Press Association about the problems associated with the theft of these permits, saying, "This actually causes a great deal of distress to many people. It causes them not just inconvenience but it can deprive people of actually going out and living their lives.
"If somebody steals a blue badge, the double whammy effect is not only are they then using a space that they don't need and denying somebody else that space, but they've also taken away the blue badge from the person who genuinely does need it so that they are also unable to claim their space."
The Tory MP has also called for drivers who use counterfeit disabled parking permits to face at least three months in prison.
His calls come as fellow Conservative MP Simon Kirby recently introduced the Disabled Persons Parking Badges Bill to parliament. The legislation is intended to tighten the rules surrounding 'blue badges' and to designate power so that plain clothes officials could go out and inspect permits.
The Bill has now been passed on to the House of Lords following an unopposed third reading in Parliament.