Representative Chuck Kopp
Chuck Kopp, a lifelong Alaskan, attended the University of Alaska, Anchorage where he met his wife of 29 years, Trish. Chuck has a B.A. in Justice and his chosen career was public safety, serving three years with the Anchorage Police Reserves, and more than 20 years with the Kenai Police Department and Bristol Bay Borough. He served 7 years as the Chief of Police for the City of Kenai, and also as Acting City Manager from 2005 – 2006.
While living on the Kenai Peninsula, Chuck served his community coaching high school wrestling at Region II schools, serving on the boards of the Lee Shore Center and the Kenai Peninsula Community Care Center, and as Co-Chair of Security for the 2006 Arctic Winter Games committee. In 2004 the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce recognized his professional and community service by naming Chuck one of Alaska’s “Top 40 under 40”, and in 2006 the Alaska School Activities Association inducted him into the first inaugural class of the Alaska High School Hall of Fame for outstanding performance as a multisport athlete.
Chuck has served the State of Alaska as a Governor appointee to both the Alaska Judicial Council and Alaska Police Standards Council. From 2009 – 2016 he served as Chief of Staff to Alaska State Senators Fred Dyson and Peter Micciche.
Chuck is a lifelong Bristol Bay commercial fisherman.
Chuck and his wife Trish have been married 29 years, have three children – Chuck (28), Holly (26) and Paul (15). The Kopp family lives off Shore Road in south Anchorage
- HB 93 - Giving homeowners and homesteaders rights over their property which are at risk due to railroad right of ways. Sponsor statement
- HB216 - Using money from felons PFD's to prioritize restitution and compensation to crime victims. Sponsor statement
- Agreement Between Alaska Railroad Corp. and ROW Homeowners
- Know Your Rights For Protecting Life & Property
- Timely Consideration and Passage of SB 54 Will Make Alaska Safer