Membership frequently asked questions
Am I eligible to become a member of Police Credit?
Police Credit membership is available to people who are:
a. Members of a Police Force
b. Involved in Emergency Services, Health Services or Public Services
c. Family members of a person admitted under (a) or (b) above
d. Working within 5km of a Police Credit Office
e. Introduced by an existing member of at least 12 month standing
f. Approved by the Chief Executive Officer or an Executive Manager of Police Credit
g. Corporate Bodies (Contact Police Credit on 13 63 73 for more information)
Can I invite friends or family to become Police Credit members?
Existing Police Credit members can nominate their immediate family to join, and following a minimum 12 months membership can nominate friends to join.
How do I apply for membership at Police Credit?
To apply for Police Credit membership, you must complete a membership application form and provide the supporting documentation required. If you are deemed eligible, you must become a fully paid up member by becoming a shareholder.
This requires you to purchase 10 x one-dollar ($1.00) shares. The shares are non-interest bearing and as preference shares are redeemable upon closure of membership. Click here for more information.
What are the benefits of a Police Credit membership?
Members of Police Credit enjoy saving time and money. That's why we offer transaction fee free banking and a range of services that make your life more convenient. Benefits include:
No transaction fees* – free access to your money
No access fees for pc.easynet online banking
No management or account keeping fees on active savings accounts
No issue fees or ongoing annual fees with our PC Access Visa Card
Free personal cheque books
BPAY free bill paying service
* Ensure that you have sufficient funds in your account to avoid dishonour / overdrawn account fees which are not considered transaction fees.