• National Heroes Day 2022

    “Kabayanihan Tungo sa Pagkakaisa at Pag-unlad”

    As men and women sworn to protect the peace and order of this nation, the PNP vows to continue the progress laid down by our heroes and to ensure that there legacy will never be forgotten

    Salute to all Filipinos



    Department of Public Works and Highways Regional Office 1, Regional Director, Engineer Ronnel M Tan, graced the celebration of the 121st Police Service Anniversary of Police Regional Office 1, earlier today, August 25, 2022 at PRO1 Grandstand. Director Tan led the conferment of awards to distinguished PRO1 units and individuals who displayed their outstanding performance in the pursuit of peace and order

    The celebration is anchored with the theme, “Matibay na ugnayan ng Pulisya at Mamamayan, tungo sa Pagkakaisa, Kapayapaan, at Kaunlaran.”

  • PRO 1 Commemorates Independence Day

    On this day, let us commemorate our Independence Day with honour, unity and rest in peace in facing the challenge of a new tomorrow.

    May we face the new chapter in our country’s history with courage, concern and love. Let’s join our government and the Filipino people in promoting real change in the whole country.

    As law enforcement officers, we are given the opportunity to continue to preserve our freedoms. Policemen can be regarded as modern katipunero who are willing to risk their lives for the good of the many. This time let us also remember the police officers of Region 1 who risked their lives for the betterment of our region.

  • PRO1 Regional Director, Police Brigadier General Westrimundo D Obinque Confirmed The Surrender of a Former Member of Platun Dos, KLG AMPIS (Antonio Licawen Front Operational Command)

    CAMP BGEN OSCAR M FLORENDO- PRO1 Regional Director, Police Brigadier General Westrimundo D Obinque confirmed yesterday (May 16) the surrender of a former member of Platun Dos, KLG AMPIS (Antonio Licawen Front Operational Command) at 102nd Maneuver Company Headquarters, Regional Mobile Force Battalion 1, Barangay Rosario, Cervantes, Ilocos Sur.

    Based on the report, the surrenderer identified as “Ka Ben” turned to the folds of the law and surrendered one Cal. 5.56 mm Elisco M16 A1 RIFLE with serial number RP 24042, two short magazines, one bandolier and one fuse for Improvised Explosive Device (IED) to the authorities.

    The surrender was facilitated by the joint elements of 102nd Maneuver Company, RMFB1 (lead unit); Naval Intelligence and Security Group – Northern Luzon (NISG-NL); RID-PRO1; RIU 1; PIU, LUPPO; 103rd MC, RMFB1; Quirino MPS; CIDG-RFU1; Cervantes MPS; 1502nd MC, RMFB15; 143rd SAC, 14SAB, PNP-SAF; S2, 702nd Brigade, PA; 69 IB, PA; 73rd MICO; 580th Aircraft Control and Warning Wing;1st LUPMFC; LUPSWD and NICA RO1.

    In his statement, PBGEN Obinque lauded the operatives for exerting their efforts in negotiating and facilitating the surrender.

    “This is a clear manifestation of the government’s sincere efforts towards peace and progress. We will take this accomplishment as a milestone in intensifying our information campaigns and tactical operations with the active support of the community and the local government agencies under the Whole-of-Nation Approach”, he averred.

    Meanwhile, “Ka Ben” is now under the custody of Regional Mobile Force Battalion 1 Headquarters for custodial debriefing and processing of his enrolment to E-CLIP. He was also given monetary assistance from Regional Mobile Force Battalion 1.

    From January 2022 to present, 15 former members of Communist Terrorist Groups, 3 supporters of CTGs, 136 members of Left Leaning Organizations, and 49 members of Underground Mass Organization surrendered in Region 1, most of whom already received their reintegration packages under the E-CLIP.

  • PRO1 Regional Director Lauded The Men and Women of PRO1

    POLICE BRIGADIER GENERAL WESTRIMUNDO D OBINQUE, PRO1 Regional Director lauded the men and women of PRO1 for their sacrifices, hardwork, patience, and dedication in ensuring a Secure, Accurate, Free and Fair Election 2022.