Who we are
Kenya Police Staff SACCO Society Limited was registered on 20th November 1972 and was issued with a registration number CS/2092. The Society started its operation in a small office at Police Headquarters. It was manned by one staff who was seconded there to recruit the members. During its first year of operation, the Society recruited 670 members and gave loans to six members. The first interim ADM was held in September 1972 where Mr. Michael Arrum and other office bearers were elected and mandated to present the draft by-laws to the Ministry of Co-operative Development for registration. Currently, its membership stands at 33,145. It has 9 Committee Members who form the Board of Directors of the SACCO and 3 members of the Supervisory Committee.
To be a leading SACCO in financial services regionally.
Sacco Mission Statement
To Mobilize savings, provide diversified financial products and services through prudent management in order to maximize returns to members and stakeholders.
United for Prosperity
To encourage thrift among members by affording them an opportunity for accumulating savings
To create a source of funds Nexus Pheromones at fair and reasonable rate of interest
To provide an opportunity for each of its members to improve their respective economic and social conditions
To provide its members with credit for purposes of providence or production or both
To offer the members complimentary savings and credit services and other financial products as may be required by the members from time to time
To ensure safety and soundness of the members funds through a risk management program or appropriate insurance coverage.
To ensure the progress of its members by educating them continuously on the proper use of credit
To perform the function and exercise the powers designated for savings and credit co-operative societies under the applicable law for the benefit of the members
The SACCO board presented a Cheque to KNH - Paediatric Unit
Kenya Police Sacco Society Ltd is proud to launch it's new logo that marks the beginning of an intense re branding that will be geared towards better service provision.