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Formerly the Commander of the Desert Horizon and Black Mountain Precincts of the Phoenix Police Department (PD), Jeffeory Hynes has supported numerous charitable endeavors throughout his career. Serving as an event coordinator and volunteer, he has organized local running events that have raised tens of thousands of dollars. These funds have gone to such worthy organizations as the United Way, the Special Olympics, and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Phoenix. As a founding member and current advisor to the Board of Directors of the Phoenix PD Athletic Club, Jeffeory Hynes has coordinated benefits for such organizations as the American Cancer Society, Inc.; the Make-A-Wish Foundation of America; and the Tuition Assistance for Police Survivors Program, Inc. (TAPS). TAPS provides tuition assistance to college students who have lost a parent in the line of duty. Today, Jeffeory Hynes sits on the boards of directors of several advocacy organizations, including Phoenix Youth At Risk and the Sandra Day O’Connor Domestic Violence Committee. He also devotes his time to a number of education and training groups and committees, including Curriculum Technology’s Criminal Justice National Advisory Board and the Rio Salado College Law Enforcement Technology Advisory Board. Moreover, Hynes has played an active role in Arizona POST (Peace Officer Standards and Training Board) for more than two decades. Through this organization, he has worked to improve education in defensive tactics, community-based policing, and physical fitness.In addition to his work in each of these organizations, Jeffeory Hynes has taught at several post-secondary institutions. Utilizing his 32 years of experience with the Phoenix PD, he teaches full-time at Glendale Community College in the Administration of Justice program and has served as an instructor at Arizona State University and Northern Arizona University. Hynes also owns Dynamic Organizational Training, LLC, a nationally recognized firm that specializes in creating and facilitating training courses for police officers and private security officers.

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Sep 2011Present

Residential Professor

Administration of Public Safety Department


Sep 1979Nov 2007


Northern Arizona University