Please fill in and sign on the following form and bring it personally to The Singapore Police Co-operative Society Ltd office. The following documents must be made available at the time of application:
A copy of your NRIC (front and back);
A copy of your latest payslip;
A copy of your bank book/statement – front page with your name and account number (preferably POSB/DBS Bank Account);
A copy of the completed Individual Tax Residency Self-Certification Form; and
A copy of your employment contract, if applicable.
Existing members who refer another person to sign up as a member with the Society will earn $50 for every successful referral. The payment will be credited into the referrer’s bank account that is registered with the Society.
There is no cap imposed on the number of referrals. An email will be sent to the referrer to inform the referrer of every successful referral.
Criteria for membership application shall be as follows:
Be 16 years of age or above;
Be a citizen of Singapore or resident in Singapore;
Not be an undischarged bankrupt; and
Not be convicted of an offence punishable with imprisonment.
Ministry of Home Affairs and its departments and statutory boards;
AETOS & its groups of companies;
Certis CISCO and its groups of companies;
Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau; and
subsidiaries and associate companies of the Society which have the Society’s representative on the Board of Directors.
Associate Membership is open to the following groups of people:
officers from the Voluntary Special Constabulary (VSC);
former Ordinary Members who have been admitted as Associate Members (Affiliate) under By-Law 4.4.2; or
teachers associated with National Police Cadet Corps, members and former members of National Police Cadet Corps.
Compulsory Subscription Savings of $40 to $500 per month, which is refundable upon resignation or termination of membership. Compulsory Purchase of 150 Police Co-op’s shares at a par value of $1 each at the start of the membership, which is refundable upon resignation or termination of membership. All savings will be returned to you when you cease to be a member of Police Co-op.
Monthly deductions to be deducted directly from members’ pay via their Central Pay Office. A one-time non-refundable Entrance Fee of $10 is required.
Monthly deductions are to be received via Giro. A one-time non-refundable Entrance Fee of $20 is required.
As a member, you will enjoy dividends from Police Co-op based on your annual saving (Subscription and Share Capital) balances as at 31st December. Find out more about the dividend rates from the past years.
On taking up membership, whether by application or conversion, members are required to pay a monthly subscription of $40 to $500. The first payment shall be made together with the payments made in the Membership Obligatory Dues for Entrance Fee and Share Capital. Minimum of $200 will be deducted 2 months later upon approval of Ordinary membership and minimum of $210 will be deducted in GIRO deduction month upon approval of Associate Membership.
Savings Schemes at a Glance
Subscription Savings Scheme
$40 – $500 per month;
Dividend based on balance as of 31 December Annually.
Eligibility for Withdrawals:
Fulfilment of 5-year membership and above;
No net outstanding loan; and
Minimum $500 in account after withdrawal.
Share Capital Scheme
Mandatory (150 shares at $1 each);
Dividend based on balance as of 31 December annually;
Dividend rate same for Subscription Savings Scheme;
Withdrawal not possible (Fully refundable to member only upon resignation or termination of membership).
Fixed Deposit Scheme
Maximum: No limit;
Tenure: 6, 12, 24 or 36 months;
Premature withdrawal possible;
Joint account with immediate family members (spouse, child, adopted child, step-child, parent, step-parent, brother, step-brother, sister or step-sister who are 21 years and above) possible.
Specific Deposits Savings Scheme
$10 – $1,000 per month;
Interest rate reviewed quarterly;
Daily interest calculation, tabulated and credited into account on a half-yearly basis;
No limitation on withdrawal.
Differences between an Ordinary and Associate Membership
Voting rights during Police Co-op’s Annual General Meeting (AGM)
Eligibility to stand for election as a member of the Board of Directors