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Who We Are

Our Merger Philsophy

After the recent merger with Akron Fire Police Credit Union, Chicago Patrolmen’s FCU CEO Scott Arney sat down for an insightful interview. The following video details the organization’s unique approach to mergers and what the institution is striving to build for first responders throughout the country:

Serve Those Who Serve and Protect

National Police Credit Union was born out of a desire to serve those who serve and protect. As a division of Chicago Patrolmen’s Federal Credit Union, National Police Credit Union builds upon 85+ years of expertise in the financial services industry.

Chicago Patrolmen’s Federal Credit Union was formed in 1938. Read more about the history of Chicago Patrolmen’s.

National Police Credit Union

Established in 2014

In 2014, the Credit Union was approved to serve all Fraternal Order of Police members throughout the United States and we created the National Police Credit Union division to help us do so. National Police Credit Union is tailored to the needs of law enforcement personnel and builds upon our long-standing standard of excellence. Every day, we strive to fulfill our mission by providing members with competitive financial products and services that facilitate borrowing, promote thrift, and encourage wise money management. Since our inception, we have expanded our field of membership to include eligible Police Departments and Associations throughout the country.

National Police Credit Union’s goal is to bring police credit union access to every officer who currently does not enjoy the benefits that access brings them. You can help us write our history going forward by becoming a member of our credit union and spreading the word. We look forward to providing the highest level of service. 

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Reminder for Members with Premium Checking Accounts

The Credit Union has partnered with one of the nation’s most trusted names in Identity Theft Protection, NXG, to provide you with comprehensive Credit Monitoring, Identity Theft Research, Remediation, and Recovery Service. To take advantage of these services, members must proactively sign up with a subscriber ID.
Contact Gwendolyn Hawkins at 312-499-8813 or for your subscriber ID.