Title: Deputy Sheriff (Retired)
Company: Cook County Sheriffs Department
Location: Des Plaines, Illinois, United States
William Koppe II, Deputy Sheriff (Retired) at Cook County Sheriffs Department, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in law enforcement.
From 1985 to 2017, Mr. Koppe served as the Deputy Sheriff of Cook County. He credits Dick Elrod, the past sheriff of Cook County and a circuit court judge, who helped Mr. Koppe join in public service. In addition, Mr. Koppe credits his best friend’s father, Sgt. Russell Harner, CPD, for grooming and positioning him to become a police officer. Mr. Koppe attended the University of San Francisco and earned a BSBA in business and marketing in 1971.
In 2018, Mr. Koppe founded the website NeverAgain911.com. He also founded OneTribeOneNationOneWorld.org in 2014. His other civic engagements have been as a Greek-German Liaison for the United Hellenic Voters of America and a Reagan Republican Supporter of Tea Party Values and Leadership of Sarah Palin. He has served as the Vice Commander of the Chicago Police Post 207 with the American Legion and has been a member of Teamsters, the University of San Francisco Alumni Association, Von Steuban, the German-American National Congress, Republican Jewish Coalition and the NRA.
In 1997, Mr. Koppe was recognized with the Knight of the Blessed Virgin Mary via the Catholic Church. He has a degree of Wing Chun from Jun Fan. Also notable in Mr. Koppe’s career has been his service as a Commander in the IRR US Army, a position which he held from 1984 to 1988. In his spare time, he enjoys practicing martial arts, writing and bowling. In 2017, he was recognized with a Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award.
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