KEENE, N.H. (AP) — A police chief in New Hampshire says a review of a school resource officer’s use of force on a teen was in line with local and state policy.

Keene Police Chief Steven Russo said Officer Joshua English encountered a teen on Thursday who appeared to be vaping in a bathroom at Keene High School. Russo said the teen refused to identify himself after English made multiple requests.

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Russo said the teen also resisted physical attempts by English to detain him. Surveillance video recorded footage of the two.

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Russo said English’s response was determined to be “within Keene Police Department policy and procedure, and in compliance with the New Hampshire Use of Force Statute.”

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