Yes. Once a person is interested in becoming a member of the Credit Union, regardless of their profession and age, he / she can join the Credit Union.
Yes you can. All you information is digitally stored and accessed throughout the Police Credit Union networked branches.
Yes you can. We would understand persons may only have a National ID which would be accepted on a case by case basis.
You may submit your rent recipe to verify your current address.
Simply walk into the Credit Union and provide your full name to the clerk who will be able to provide you with your account number and other requested information.
Yes you can. Once all documentation has been submitted, we will facilitate and accept the monthly payments.
Yes, all juvenile applications, once submitted with the requested documents may apply for membership, whether they have a Passport No. or not. For those who possess a form of ID (Passport. National ID), it is encouraged to have these submitted for records purposes.
Yes you can. Once you have authorization to do so by the bearer you may conduct transaction on his or her behalf.
Walk with your completed application form, with necessary supporting documents. Your application would be treated on a case by case basis for recommendation by a member in good standing.
Yes you can. Be sure to call ahead to acquire the correct email address and submit your full name and Account number.
New members would only be able to access our Share Incentive Loan OR Personal Loan. All other loans will require the member to have at least six (6) months membership before any other loan type can be accessed.
No. All loan applications completed and submitted online will require further processing once it reaches the Loans Officer. Our e-loan service is a pre-approval process to facilitate a quicker transaction for persons seeking a loan at the Credit Union.
You may be able to access another loan based on your current shares and ability to repay. Should you desire to access another loan, inform you Loan’s officer and he/ she will provide financial advice on the matter.