The Zootopia Police Department runs a firm system of having tough animals on the force, both heavy-weight mammals and predators.
The police department was heavily prejudiced on both prey and other predators based on their stereotype. This was confirmed when Judy was treated unequally due to being a rabbit, and Chief Bogo made a statement on foxes being shifty and untrustworthy.
- Main article: Zootopia Police Officers
The Zootopia Police Department, or ZPD, is mostly run by heavy-weight mammals, such as buffalos, rhinos, elephants, hippos, and predators such as wolves, cheetahs, tigers, bears and lions, until it changed when Judy Hopps became the first rabbit on the police force.
Recruits for the station come directly from Zootopia Police Academy after they graduate. Each officer is trained to handle the weather conditions of each district and to fight the various species that live in them in case of an arrest.
- Judy Hopps and Nick Wilde are the first of their respective species (rabbit and fox) to become officers for the Zootopia Police Department.
- During the meeting at the end of the film, Judy and Nick are seen sharing the same chair―with how big the chairs are compared to them, they're able to sit on the same one without one of them having to sit in the other's lap.
- During the scene where Judy enters ZPD for the first time, sheep in uniform can be seen in the background. It is unknown what kind of position they and similar mammals fulfill within the ZPD.
- All the wolf officers wear a ZPD shirt instead of a police uniform top.
- The phone number for the missing citizens department is 1-844-MML-MSNG.
- The name tags can be read clearly on Blu-ray version of the movie.
- Disney Movies Anywhere (May 12, 2016). "Help the citizens of Zootopia and call 1-844-MML-MSNG today!" (Blog post). Tumblr.