In 1938, the Denver Police Department established Rocky Mountain Law Enforcement Federal Credit Union (RMLEFCU). Since then, RMLEFCU has maintained its original vision to serve Colorado law enforcement personnel and their families. Today, it serves (and is owned by) more than 10,000 members – each of whom is given a vote at the annual meeting. RMLEFCU has its headquarters in Lone Tree, Colorado.
There is a range of personal banking products available at RMLEFCU, including several deposit account products. Its checking and savings account options all include free online banking, bill pay, mobile banking, mobile deposit, and electronic statements. Also, its checking accounts all feature a VISA debit card and unlimited check writing as of the time of this writing. The credit union also offers Health Savings Accounts (HSAs), which offer tax-advantages savings options for qualified medical expenses.
RMLEFCU’s money market accounts earn tiered dividends, depending on the account balance. Terms for share certificates (also known as CDs or Certificates of Deposit) range from 6 months to 5 years, with higher interest rates for longer terms. RMLEFCU offers both traditional and Roth Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs), as well as Coverdell Education Savings Accounts (CESAs).
In addition to these personal depository banking products, RMLEFCU offers a variety of other products and services, including loans, insurance, and financial planning.
Membership in Rocky Mountain Law Enforcement Federal Credit Union is open to employees and retirees of select law enforcement agencies in the state of Colorado, including the State Police, the FBI, the Park Police, the Drug Enforcement Agency, and the Federal Police Service.
See current membership details