School resource officer at Fla. school resigns, didn't enter building during shooting

School resource officer at Fla. school resigns, didn't enter building during shooting

Israel said the video shows Peterson arriving at the west side of Building 12 and taking up a position, but he didn't go inside.

Scott Peterson resigned/retired after he was suspended without pay.

"Scot Peterson was absolutely on campus through this entire event".

When asked by reporters to describe how the video made him feel, Israel responded, "Sick to my stomach" and "devastated". "There are no words". "They'd go for special training and they would be there and you would no longer have a gun-free zone", Trump said.

Fred Guttenberg, whose daughter Jaime was killed, angrily addressed Rubio, wanting the senator to agree that semiautomatic rifles like the AR-15 type used in the shooting were the problem. These students have described their efforts as a necessary push for gun control after the latest shooting rampage to cut down Americans in a public place, following attacks at churches, concerts, movie theaters and other schools. He remained stationed outside the building for "minutes" while the shooting went on.

When officers arrived on the scene of the shooting, he said, they wanted to gain access to the security footage to learn what happened and where the perpetrator could be.

The school resource officer on duty when a gunman killed 17 people at a Florida school found a safe spot outside the building - and did absolutely nothing, officials said Thursday.

Peterson was placed on restricted administrative assignment and surrendered his BSO identification card and weapons on February 22.

The agency also announced that it was placing two officers on a restricted assignment during a separate investigation into how they handled earlier calls involving Cruz or his family members.

The Broward County Sheriff's Office on Thursday also released information on almost two dozen calls that involved Cruz and his family.

Scores of students from Florida's Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School joined other students from other high schools on Wednesday as protests against the ending of gun violence gained momentum across the US. He has been charged with 17 counts of premeditated murder. He is being held in a Broward County jail.