Jeffeory Hynes Phoenix PD - Jeffeory Hynes Phoenix PD
An award-winning Phoenix Police Department (PD) alumnus, Jeffeory Hynes spent more than three decades with the organization. In 2006, he received the Sam Leabo Award, which honors an individual who made notable contributions to the Reserve Officer Division.
Previously, Hynes received nominations for numerous other awards from his employer. He has also been nominated for Teacher of the Year multiple times at Arizona State University’s West campus.
Since departing the Phoenix PD, he became a full-time faculty member at Glendale Community College. In this role, he teaches five courses each semester in the Administration of Justice Department and liaises with nearby four-year institutions to enable students to transfer successfully.
A charitable individual, Hynes has spent two decades supporting various local nonprofits, including the local Boys & Girls Club, the United Way, and the Special Olympics. A cofounder of the Phoenix PD Athletic Club, he assisted in raising thousands of dollars for an array of organizations, including the American Heart Association, the Make-A-Wish Foundation of America, and the American Cancer Society. Hynes also garnered funds for the Tuition Assistance for Police Survivors (TAPS) program.
Before becoming a law enforcement professional, Jeffeory Hynes completed two degrees. He earned an Associate of Arts in Administration of Justice from Phoenix Community College. He then matriculated at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, where he completed a Bachelor of Science in Police Science. Two decades later, he returned to academia, enrolling in NAU’s Phoenix campus to pursue a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership. Following this success, he continued to study and complete a Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership at the same institution. He also fulfilled the requirements for a Certified Public Manager credential at Arizona State University.