|Affiliation||Los Angeles Police Department|
|Division||Special Investigation Section|
|Played by||Malcolm-Jamal Warner|
|First appearance||Year-End Blowout|
Character Information Edit
Chuck was assigned to run the operation to catch the letter writer who was targeting Rusty Beck and Sharon Raydor, and while stern with the young man, is shown to be fond of him, giving him a nickname "Jump Street". Rusty was the first to be aware of his relationship with Amy Sykes and in "A Rose is a Rose", Chuck is impressed that Rusty was able to spot an undercover officer tailing him, something he had taught him himself. It is partially on his advice that Sharon calls off the undercover security detail she had placed on Rusty and lets him live his life despite her fears of Phillip Stroh.
It was revealed during season 3 that he and Detective Amy Sykes are dating. The relationship is ongoing. In "Tourist Trap", it became obvious that Chuck has talked to Amy about marriage and even having kids, but she does not share his vision. She said that she will not be having children while they both work at the LAPD and that she is not ready to retire for that and doesn't think Chuck is either. She became visibly upset and stated that if kids are so important to Chuck that he should find someone else or he just needs to stop talking about it. The conversation ended after that as the suspect they were monitoring committed a crime and they went to arrest him.