SFPCU'S Credit Union History
SF Police Credit Union started back in 1953 by a small group of policemen who had mutual money needs and unpaid bills. They decided to do something about the high cost of borrowing money from loan companies and banks. A committee was formed and our first Credit Union was located in the old out building behind Park Station. A partition was built and the Credit Union went into business in the old horse stables. In June 2003, we opened our doors to other common-bond agencies, namely Fire and EMT agencies. The firefighters and dedicated Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) of the Bay Area often work hand-in-hand with the local law enforcement to heal and protect. Now, the SF Police Credit Union has over 33,000 members and has grown to over $700 million in assets through a commitment to meeting the needs of our members.
At SFPCU, we return all income, after operating expenses and reserves, to members in the form of dividends (interest) on savings and other valuable benefits. Membership opens the door to exclusive privileges, including low-cost loans and above average dividends on your deposits. Once you join our Credit Union family, you'll be eligible for a lifetime of benefits, even if you move, change jobs or retire.
Our Executive Team is leading the way to new and innovative ways to keep on growing and giving back to our members.
Become the trusted primary financial institution for members and potential members while maintaining earnings and reserves which promote sound growth. We will provide exceptional service, outstanding products and expert guidance to help our members prosper.
SFPCU Board of Directors