Corporate Profile

1955
JPCCU was founded on July 4th by 11 Rank and File Memers of the JCF, each contributing one(1) shilling each.
1965
Moved JPCCU operations to the Elliston Road.
2000
The need for greater comfort to our growing membership base became a priority, this resulted in the purchasing of our own office space at Harbour Street, Downtown, Kingston. The building was purchased solely from surplus made by the Credit Union.
TODAY
We are the 8th Largest in the credit union movement in Jamaica, managing assets in excess of 6 billion with membership over 22,000.

 
 

Jamaica Police Co-operative Credit Union Limited (JPCCU) was founded July 4th, 1955 by 11 rank and file members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force with each contributing one (1) shilling (equivalent of ten cents today). It was established with the specific mandate to encourage collective savings and to provide loans to the members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force. To date, the Credit Union’s raison d’être remains to help our Members elevate their financial status and achieve their goals; through specialized products formulated with their financial needs in mind.

The Credit Union started its operation in a small room at the East Street Police canteen. As the Movement grew and the membership rapidly increased, JPCCU moved it’s only operating office at the time to Elleston Road. The office was moved to Hope Road and later returned to Elleston Road. After many years of operation at the Elleston Road location, the need for greater comfort to our growing membership base became a priority resulting in the purchasing of its office space at Church Street, a building purchased solely from surplus made by the Credit Union.

Today, JPCCU is the seventh largest in the Credit Union Movement in Jamaica, managing assets in excess of $6 billion with a membership of over 22,000. The Jamaica Police Co-operative Credit Union has spent over 60 years assisting thousands of members in home ownership, motor vehicle acquisition and academic independence as well as in obtaining other forms of assets. JPCCU has been a beacon in contributing to the marked improvement in the overall quality of life of its Members and their families. Ours is a proud and enviable track record of success on which, with confidence, we continue to build.

Jamaica Police Co-operative Credit Union is collectively owned by its Members and governed by a member-elected Board of Directors who is responsible for governance and policy making. The Supervisory and Credit Committees, as well as other sub-committees, are also key players in guiding the decision-making process and the development of standards and policies. Our Members are served by a team of competent, dedicated and professional staff who take great pride in empowering our Valued Members and their families socially and financially. Our committed Team Members are also depositors and as a result are shareholders in the Credit Union.

Our Core Principles

The credit union’s raison d’être remains to help out members elevate their financial status and achieve their goals through specialized products formulated with their financial needs in mind
Mission Statement
To encourage collective savings and provide financial services to our members and their families.
This mission will be achieved while being a financially sound, viable, highly visible, technologically-driven, efficient and professional organization, with a good corporate image supported by loyal and satisfied members and staff.
Vision

To be a financially sound institution that is committed to improving the financial well-being of all our members and the communities in which we serve.

Core Values
Our values are not only words on paper but this is what we will use to define us, as individuals and as an institution.

Honesty - We will be truthful, sincere and fair.
Trust - We will deliver on promises, our word is our bond.
Respect - We will be considerate, treat others as we would want to be treated.
Communication - We will take time to understand and be understood.
Teamwork - We will be supportive of each other. “No man is an island”.
Accountability - We will operate in ways that are transparent

Value Proposition

We commit to providing financial solutions and advice that cater to your varying needs. 

We care.

Giving back to you our members through:

Free insurance on loans and savings.

Scholarships and bursaries.

Free financial advice.

A range of free services.

Community outreach & development

 

Our Leadership

Financial Reports

2021 Financial Report
2020 Financial Report
2019 Financial Report
2018 Financial Report
2017 Financial Report
2016 Financial Report
Nominations
Scholarships

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