An American police officer has been suspended after arresting two six-year-old children at a school in Orlando, Florida.
One of the two was handcuffed after throwing an intrigue and kicking a teacher, the girl's grandmother tells US media.
Officer Dennis Turner was stopped because officers say he did not provide the necessary permits to arrest the two.
Prosecutors say they will try to delete the arrests from their archives.
Both children were charged with battery battery. A little about the other arrest ̵
"Children will not be prosecuted and just as importantly, I am considering options that can reverse legal harm, such as removing arrests from children's records," Attorney General Aramis Ayala told a news conference.
Police Chief Orlando Rolon said in a statement, "As a grandparent of three children under the age of 11, this is very much for me. Our department strives to provide a professional and courteous service."
No child has been identified by the police, but the grandmother of one of the children said she suffered from sleep apnea, which contributed to her behavior.
Maraline Kirkland told NBC that when she went to get her granddaughter out of jail, "they told us we had to wait a few minutes because [she] she was given fingerprints and when she said a fingerprint, it hit me like a tone." bricks "
" No six-year-old should be able to tell anyone that there are handcuffs on them and ride in the back of a police car and be taken to a juvenile center for his fingerprints to be printed.
According to Orlando police, Mr. Turner is retired by police but works as a security guard at the school as part of the local department's reserve unit.
A growing number of schools are increasingly turning to part-time employment. deadly attacks in school shootings, such as at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012 and Margie Stoneman Douglas High School in 2018.
According to AFP, 46% of US schools have an officer present on campus at least one day of the week.