Teenagers might think they know everything, but financial education is an area where everyone can benefit from more knowledge. The Police Credit Union’s OnScene Teen Program allows parents to open a checking account for their teenagers to help them understand how to manage money and set savings goals.
With an OnScene Teen Program account, parents also can open Certificates for their children or begin investing in a Coverdell Education Savings Account. Create a solid financial foundation for your teenagers with this account.
Open Your Account
Features & Benefits
- $25 opens your account and starts earning dividends
- Chance to win prizes when you deposit money and receive stamps on your Deposit Stamp Card*
- Manage your finances with a joint checking account with your parents
- Access to Digital Banking and all features such as mobile check deposit, mobile banking, bill pay and E-statements
- Free 24/7 access to our automated phone system
Fun & Informational Stuff
Stay updated on relevant news and information for teenagers and college-bound students in The Police Credit Union's education section.
And if you need to calculate what it takes to reach your savings goals, you can access our easy-to-use and powerful calculators.
A joint owner is required for all under 18 accounts, but the joint owner does not need to be the child’s parent or legal guardian. The joint owner is responsible for completing the application information for themselves and the child. Open your The Police Credit Union Youth Account today through our online account application or by calling The Police Credit Union at 800.222.1391 to request an application. You also can visit one of our convenient branches.
*Deposit Stamp Card: A minimum $15.00 deposit is required and the account holder must be 17 and under to qualify for a stamp. Deposits must be made in the branch. ACH transfers/direct deposits/periodic payments/transfer of funds from another member are not eligible. Deposit cards are non-transferable. One $50 prize will be awarded each quarter. The winner will be selected by random drawing in January, April, July, and October and will be notified in writing or by email or telephone. The Police Credit Union assumes no liability in relation to this prize.