Eligibility is open to current or retired employees of the following law enforcement organizations in the state of Nebraska and Iowa, as well as family of our current members:
- City and State Police
- Sheriffs and Constables Offices
- Park Police
- Emergency Dispatch Departments
- State Patrols
- Federal Police Services
- Correctional Facilities
- The FBI
- Drug Enforcement Agencies
- Transportation Security Agencies
- Government Criminal Investigation Offices Police Departments
- University and Community College Police Officers
- ATF Employees
- Secret Service Employees
- Military Police
- Any and all other Police Protection Industry employees working in Nebraska or Iowa.
Once you’re a member of PFCU of Omaha you are a member for life, even if you or your family member no longer work in law enforcement. PFCU of Omaha is more than just a financial institution. Our members often consider us a part of their family. That’s the perfect reason to invite your family members to join the POLICE Federal Credit Union of Omaha as well.
HOW TO JOIN…
Opening a share savings account with as little as $5.00 gives you a stake in the credit union. It’s what makes us different from other financial institutions. You’re not just an account number – you’re a member and part owner.
We offer three easy, confidential and secure ways to join:
- In Person: Stopping by the Omaha or Sarpy Branch.
3003 South 82nd Avenue
Sarpy County Branch
10791 South 72nd Street, Suite 102
- By Telephone: Call a Member Service Representative at (402) 391-4040 or (877) 329-2405.
- Online: Click here to complete the online application.
As soon as you join, your immediate family members are also eligible to join including your spouse, children, parents, siblings, mother-in-law, father-in-law, grandparents and grandchildren. Join today and take advantage of the wide array of products and services we have to offer.
Important information about procedures for opening a new account: To help the government fight the funding of terrorism and money laundering activities, Federal law requires all financial institutions to obtain, verify and record information that identifies each person who opens an account. What this means for you: When you open an account, we will ask for your name, address, date of birth, and other information that will allow us to identify you. We may also ask to see your driver’s license or other identifying documents. We ask for your understanding as we work to support these efforts to maintain security of your funds and our country.