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We are all looking for ‘better’.

Especially when it comes to reaching your financial goals so you can get the things that you want while you can still enjoy them. This is where Police Credit Union can help.

So what do you want to do? We have put together a range of tips and advice to help you reach your ‘better’.

Our Products

Our Better Banking products will give you what you’ve been looking for. Whether it’s a loan rate, savings account, credit card, overdraft or insurance advice – we’ve got you covered. We also have all the financial planning advice you could want to give you a better future.

And, because we listen to our Members, our products keep getting better and better.

Better Access

Our range of better access products and services give you control of your accounts whether you’re online at your desk, on your mobile, travelling overseas or in a branch.

Learn more about having every option at your fingertips. You’ll be better off!

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With our Guardian Fraud Protection Service and our fraud experts, Police Credit Union is committed to providing you with a secure banking environment and to denying funding to organised crime.

Security and Protection? Who better than Police Credit Union.

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Providing financial support and volunteering for events for charity, sporting associations, Christmas pageants and partnership initiatives are just the start of what we do under our Plant the Seed initiative.

Plus, of course, we’re constantly sharing the latest insights, tips and innovation when it comes to economic, technological and financial trends.

We’re always better, together.

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Crime Stoppers SA 2017 Results: Proof That Making A Call Can Make A Difference

17 April 2018

The results are in and they prove that plenty of people are prepared to step up to provide information about a range of illegal activity. 

During the 2017 calendar year, an impressive 19,500 calls were received from people wanting to share information and as a result a total of 911 apprehensions were made.

Although not every call results in an immediate apprehension, all information can make a difference. At the very least, this information can help advance an investigation or provide intelligence that can be passed onto the police to be further explored.

So how did the other numbers stack up? Well…

  • 4,222 reports were lodged by using mediums such as the Report Suspicious Behaviour app or online by visiting crimestopperssa.com.au
  • 911 apprehensions were made including wanted fugitives, arsonists, and suspects wanted for robberies, theft and assault
  • 1,901 charges laid for drug dealing, firearms, robbery, serious assaults and child pornography offences
  • 79 firearms seized – including ammunition and a range of illegal accessories
  • 1,266 plants and 241kg of cannabis (which equates to 86,229 street deals) seized
  • 12 clandestine labs were shut down
  • 3kg of amphetamine seized (equates to 16,920 street deals)
  • 477 ecstasy tablets confiscated

Police Credit Union is proud to commit to our sponsorship of Crime Stoppers SA and to provide much-needed funding which allows the organisation to conduct a range of crime-fighting, awareness and prevention campaigns in an effort to help support better communities.

Ms Sharon Hanlon, the Crime Stoppers South Australia chair said, “The commitment allowed us to develop and deliver a number of activities during the year in partnership with Police Credit Union, including a bushfire arson campaign, a focus on long weekend home security, and personal safety during the Christmas and New Year period.” 

Check out the below infographic to see the impressive results over the past year.