Commander Feyen began his law enforcement career with the Chandler Police Department in 1995. As an officer, he worked in the Field Operations Division, with a specialty as a Gang Liaison Officer. In 1999 he moved to the Criminal Investigations Bureau where he spent the next seven years working as a detective in the Property Crimes Unit, Arizona Auto Theft Task Force, Repeat Offender Program, and Robbery/Homicide Unit. During these assignments, he investigated Auto Theft, Insurance Fraud, Burglary, Kidnapping, Aggravated Assault, Robbery, and Homicide cases. While assigned to the Arizona Auto Theft Task Force, Commander Feyen was a lead investigator into an international auto theft criminal syndicate. The investigation resulted in the dismantlement of the organization as well as stopping a source of funding for international terrorism. The investigation received local, state and national recognition.
After serving as a detective, he was promoted to Sergeant where he supervised Field Operation teams and later, the Gang Enforcement Unit. After five years as the Gang Enforcement Sergeant, he went to the Police Department’s Information Technologies Section where he supervised personnel responsible for implementing new technologies supporting the department’s mission. During this time, PDIT implemented a new electronic citation module, eliminating the need for paper citations and the extensive work associated with processing paper documents. After his time in the technologies section, Commander Feyen went to the Professional Standards Section where he was responsible for administrative investigations. The purpose of this section is to ensure public confidence in the department through objective and thorough investigations of all employee misconduct allegations.
Upon his promotion to Lieutenant, he was assigned to the patrol division as a shift commander. While in this role he assumed responsibilities for the department’s fleet operations which includes over 300 vehicles. While over the fleet, he assisted with the internal configurations of the patrol car to allow for a better workspace.
In October 2019 Commander Feyen assumed responsibilities as the Main Station Commander. In this role, he was responsible for all Patrol functions in the precinct, the department’s fleet, Quartermaster’s Office and Patrol Administrative staff. In February 2022, Commmander Feyen was transferred to the Operational Support Beurea where he oversees many different specialty assignments. On January 1st, 2023 Commander Feyen’s title changed to the Operational Support Division where some units were moved during a PD-wide reorganization.
Commander Feyen has dedicated many hours of service to non-profit groups and continues to be highly involved with the community. He has spent over twelve years as a youth baseball coach instilling character and confidence in the next generation.
Commander Feyen graduated from Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Science in Justice Studies in 1993. He is also a graduate of the Arizona Leadership Program administered by the Arizona Police Officer Standards and Training.