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We are a full-service financial institution specializing in products and services specifically tailored for law enforcement.
Our competitive interest rates are hard to beat and we are here to help you achieve your financial goals.
Our Membership Eligibility Tool can help you understand who is eligible to become a member of National Police Credit Union.
Once your accounts are opened, you and your family may remain active members for life, no matter where you later live or work. Even if you leave the group that qualified you for membership, you’ll be entitled to the same membership benefits as other members.
Call us at 844-COP-SAVE (844-267-7283) for more information on becoming a member.
Any active member or employee of any Fraternal Order of Police Lodge in the United States is eligible to join National Police Credit Union! Certain police departments and police organizations are also eligible, with more being added every week.
Yes! Simply print and fill out our Direct Deposit Form and return it to your employer.
National Police Credit Union's BillPay Address is: Chicago Patrolmen's Federal Credit Union 1407 W. Washington Blvd., Chicago, IL 60607
All immediate family members are eligible to join National Police Credit Union.
Yes! You can use our mobile app to check your account balances, view your account transaction history, transfer funds between eligible accounts, pay bills on the spot, and locate an ATM.
A spouse, joint owner, beneficiary and/or any other individual must notify the credit union.
The member automatically qualifies for a reduction in their loan and/or credit card interest rate and deferment of monthly payment (if applicable).
National Police Credit Union has locations in Tempe, Arizona and Louisville, Kentucky, as well as shared branching locations throughout the country.