Welcome To The COPFCU Family.

Welcome To The COPFCU Family.

Our Story.

The Cincinnati Ohio Police Federal Credit Union is a cooperative, not-for-profit financial institution that is 100% owned by its customers (or members). The credit union was started on June 27, 1935 during the Great Depression to serve Cincinnati Police Officers and their families. Today, we serve more than 10,000 public servants and family members. Our membership has grown to include public school employees, firefighters, government employees, special service groups as well as police. Check our eligible groups here. Many things have changed since we opened our doors in 1935, but our focus remains the same: great financial products and services priced right with friendly service. There’s never been a better time to be a COPFCU member!

Why COPFCU is right for you.

As a not-for-profit financial institution that is 100% owned by our members, you receive many wonderful benefits with COPFCU that you won’t find at a commercial bank. Because of our not-for-profit charter, any profit that the credit union makes is used to:

  • Subsidize lower rates for loans
  • Subsidize higher rates for savings, certificates and IRAs
  • Eliminate or significantly reduce the fees that we charge

All of this means one simple thing: by banking with us, you’ll save more of your hard-earned money!
We look forward to helping you save on your banking products and services.

Supervisory Committee Members

James Whalen Chairman

Princess Davis

James Gramke

Kim Harrison-Fowler

Nick Sunyak

The Supervisory Committee is an essential oversight body for the credit union. Its members ensure:

  • The financial condition of the credit union is accurately presented in the credit union’s financial statements;
  • Management practices and procedures are sufficient to safeguard credit union members’ assets;
  • that the board of directors fulfills its oversight responsibilities for the system of internal controls and risk management;
  • That an annual audit is performed by a qualified CPA firm;
  • An internal auditor is performing monthly audits of internal controls, policies and procedures;
  • Credit union operations are monitoring and complying with all laws and regulations; and
  • Credit union staff are following all policies, procedures and the company’s Code of Conduct.

The overriding goal of the committee is to provide reasonable assurance that all risks are appropriately managed at the credit union.