Police Credit Union is celebrating reaching 30,000 members – improving financial resilience throughout the Police, Military and Prison Service. This is a significant milestone for a credit union which was founded in 2003, as a result of a merger between various regional Police Force Credit Unions. Today, Police Credit Union offers a range of flexible […]
Last week Police Credit Union celebrated Armed Forces Day by reaching the 3,000 milestone for its military membership. This market now makes up 10% of Police Credit Union’s total membership – with over £12.5million in loans issued to Service Personnel. Police Credit Union has recently launched tailored brands for each of the core markets it […]
Due to staff training our offices will be closed on Friday 21st June 2019. Our online facilities will remain operational. We apologise in advance for any inconvenience caused. The Police CU Team.
Police Credit Union is one largest credit unions in the UK and currently serve over 30,000 members throughout the Police, Armed Forces and Prison Service. Our team are passionate about improving the financial resilience of all those who serve and protect – making a difference to the lives of our members, helping them save and […]
We are pleased to announce that a dividend of 1% has been paid for Financial Year 2017-18. This has been paid on all savings accounts, other than the Cash ISA which will be paid at the end of the tax year (6th April 2019). You can withdraw your dividend via our member services page: https://secure.policecu.co.uk/login
Members are advised that the window for nominations at January’s Annual General Meeting is now over. For information on this year’s nominations, and details of the event please click here Proposed Rule Changes >
Due to important staff training there will be a limited service provided to members on Friday 30th November 2018. Our online facilities will remain operational. We apologise in advance for any inconvenience caused. The Police CU Team.
Members are advised that our telephone system is currently undergoing maintenance. Please call the general enquiries number 0121 700 1222 until further notice. Enquiries can also be made by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.