Reminiscent of similarly brutal treatment of a student by an officer at a school in South Carolina in 2015, video footage of a female teenager being slammed to the ground by a so-called \u0022resource officer\u0022 in North Carolina has sparked national outrage and is raising fresh concerns about the role of police in schools.The officer who lifted up the student, 15-year-old Jasmine Darwin, before slamming her back to the ground at Rolesville High School in North Carolina on Tuesday has been identified by authorities as Ruben De Los Santos, a five-year veteran of the Rolesville Police Department.De Los Santos has now been put on administrative leave pending an investigation.According to Darwin\u0026#039;s mother, who spoke with local media, her daughter suffered a concussion from the attack but is otherwise safely at home and won\u0026#039;t be returning to the school.Warning, the following short video is graphic:THIS. IS. NOT OKAY. #rolesvillehigh pic.twitter.com/lHMhUZxqAR— Ahunna (@ahunnaaa_) January 3, 2017The ACLU of North Carolina expressed immediate concern about what the video shows. \u0022Disturbing use of force at #rolesvillehigh that should never be used against kids in schools,\u0022 the civil liberties group said in a tweet.#rolesvillehigh TweetsDesiree Harrison, the student\u0026#039;s mother, called the use of force by the officer \u0022excessive\u0022 and criticized the school for not informing her sooner of what had transpired. Though the interaction was reportedly triggered when De Los Santos intervened to break up a fight between students—including Darwin\u0026#039;s sister—school administrators didn\u0026#039;t tell Harrison about what happened until later in the day.\u0022When I\u0026#039;m looking at this video, I\u0026#039;m like \u0026#039;oh my god, this cannot be happening to my child\u0026#039; because I was just up at the school and they didn\u0026#039;t even tell me what happened to her,\u0022 Harrison told local NBC affiliate WRAL. \u0022They were so busy trying to get rid of the one who was in a fight but didn\u0026#039;t even say something about the one that was not involved in anything.\u0022Darwin herself told reporters that she is \u0022embarrassed\u0022 by the video. She says she was trying to break up a fight involving her sister and another student when the officer grabbed her. \u0022I didn\u0026#039;t even realize it happened,\u0022 she said. \u0022Like, I was in shock.\u0022WRAL reports:As Common Dreams reported in 2015, footage of a police officer assigned to a South Carolina high school ripping a student out of her seat and slamming her to the ground spurred widespread outrage after a number of cell phone videos of the incident went viral.