State Police Credit Union of Meriden, CT has 3,632 members and assets of $61 million. The credit union, opened in 1960, has 8 full time employees and no part time employees , or 454 members per employee, compared to a national average of 430.

State Police CU

State Police Credit Union, Meriden


State Police Credit Union
321 Research Pkwy Suite 202
Meriden, CT 06450

State Police Credit Union of Meriden, Connecticut has been in service for more than 54 years, currently from 2 locations. Its field of membership is a state-chartered natural person credit union.

Checking services include share certificates with low minimum balance requirements. Debit cards are available.

For members needing to establish credit, the credit union offers share-secured credit cards.

Besides automobile loans and other kinds of borrowing, State Police CU can do real estate loans. Conveniences include check cashing and low-cost wire transfers. State Police CU members may also benefit from student scholarships.

Available electronic access includes Internet account access and bank by phone. From home, you can look at your balance, order share drafts, loan payments, view account history and transfer money.


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