This is a list of police officers in the Zootopia franchise.
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Chief Bogo is the chief of police of the Zootopia Police Department. Bogo, initially portrayed as the antagonist of the film, later proves to be a strong ally to Judy in times of trouble. He has a dry, though somewhat playfully sarcastic sense of humor, preferring to appear serious before revealing a light-hearted jest, as seen with his interactions with Officer Pennington in the beginning of the film and with Judy and Nick at the end.
Judy Hopps is an officer of the Zootopia Police Department. She is a fierce optimist who since childhood has believed that predators and prey are equal, and that anyone can be anything. She joined the ZPD on impulse of a childhood dream and later met up with Nick Wilde, a con-artist fox. After solving a hard case based on the savagery of predator civilians with Nick by her side, Judy persuaded the fox to join the ZPD. They now work side-by-side as partners.
Nick Wilde is an officer of the Zootopia Police Department. He is a sly, shifty fox who since childhood has always wanted to be accepted. As a kid, he tried joining the Zootopia Junior Ranger Scouts, only to be assaulted by the other scouts with a muzzle, for being a predator. Since that day, he decided to live out the fox stereotype, feeling that there was no point in trying to be anything else. Judy Hopps met up with him in hopes of helping her solve the missing mammals case. Once the case was solved, Judy persuaded him to join the ZPD. They now work side-by-side as partners.
Benjamin Clawhauser is a secretary and dispatcher. He is a bubbly, friendly cheetah that has lots of enthusiasm, especially for his idol, Gazelle, and also, perhaps to a lesser extent, his job. While he has a friendly demeanor, his friendliness sometimes strays into going into in-depth conversations about trivial issues in the wrong times. He is very social and appears to love making new friends, as he was the first animal at the ZPD to greet Judy and at the time, the only one willing to befriend her.
McHorn is an officer for the ZPD. He seems to show disinterest in those who he deems his lessers, including Judy Hopps. This manifests itself in the way in which he dismisses Judy upon her introduction, as well as when she enters Little Rodentia to chase Duke Weaselton, telling her to "wait for the real cops".
Rhinowitz is an officer for the ZPD. On Judy Hopps' first day at the ZPD, Officer Rhinowitz is assigned by Chief Bogo to search for the Missing mammals in Sahara Square with Officers McHorn and Wolfard.
Krumpanski is an officer for the ZPD. He was a part of the team of officers Chief Bogo takes to the Rainforest District when Judy Hopps calls for backup.He watches as Bogo demands that Judy returns her police badge, and as Nick Wilde stands up to Bogo in Judy's defense.
Jackson is an officer for the ZPD. When Judy Hopps walks in the bull pen on her first day, he is seen watching Officer Johnson arm wrestling with Officer Andersen. After Chief Bogo wishes Officer Pennington a happy birthday, Jackson starts playfully punching Pennington's side, provoking the elephant to scoop him up and give him a noogie.
Wolfard is an officer for the ZPD. On Judy Hopps' first day at the ZPD, Officer Wolfard is assigned by Chief Bogo to search for the Missing mammals in Sahara Square with Officers McHorn and Rhinowitz.
Francine Pennington is an officer for the ZPD. When Judy Hopps walks in the bull pen on her first day, she is seen watching Officer Johnson arm wrestling with Officer Andersen. After Chief Bogo wishes her a happy birthday, Jackson starts playfully punching Pennington's side, provoking the elephant to scoop him up and give him a noogie. Though her surname is 'Pennington', Bogo calls her 'Trunkaby'.
Bob Trumpet is an officer for the ZPD. He is the initial officer that created the case file for Emmitt Otterton, one of the 14 mammals that went missing during the Night Howler Scandal. His name and badge number can be seen on the top right of Otterton's file.
Higgins is an officer for the ZPD. He announces Chief Bogo's arrival and sits down. He is then assigned to Tundratown, along with officers Snarlov and Trunkaby, to search for the mammals that have gone missing there.
Grizzoli is an officer for the ZPD. On Judy Hopps' first day at the ZPD, Grizzoli is assigned with officers Delgato and Fangmeyer to the Rainforest District to search for residents missing there. In the movie, he is a wolf. In Zootopia: Crime Files, he is a polar bear.
Andersen is an officer for the ZPD. As Judy Hopps walks into the bullpen on her first day as a police officer, Andersen is seen in an arm wrestling contest against Officer Johnson. He ends up pinning the lion's arm to the table, causing laughter from the other officers and surprise from Judy.
Razorbacks were an elite police force for the ZPD. (cut) During early development, in which Nick Wilde was planned to be the main protagonist of the film, the Razorbacks were an elite police force made up of wild pigs, and were minor antagonists.
Mabel is a parking enforcement officer for the ZPD.
She is elderly, but optimistic even though she's been a meter maid for 50 years.
Brie was an officer for the ZPD. Officer Brie was going to be a supporting character. However, she was cut after Judy Hopps replaced Nick Wilde as the protagonist because the filmmakers wanted Judy to be the smallest officer on the force.
Oates is a detective for the ZPD. Detective Oates assists Judy and Nick in every case by speaking in metaphors that only Judy seems to understand. Judy also seems to idolize him, while Nick appears to be annoyed by him at times, misunderstanding him at times.
Donna is a security guard and may work for the ZPD.
- Charles, an officer and security guard.
- Jaguar warden, a prison warden.
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