Peterson has come under scrutiny for not rushing into the school to help during the February 14 shooting. He has defended his actions, saying that he believed the gunfire was coming from outside. Meanwhile, three additional Broward deputies did not enter the campus during the shooting but were waiting outside, with guns drawn, when Coral police officers arrived. Coral Police officers entered the building when they arrived, and the deputies then joined them.
The video above is not the all of the surveillance footage from the day. Most of the recording above comes from one stationary camera on campus, and the sheriff’s office released the video after being ordered to do so from a judge. There were many surveillance recordings taken on campus that day, The Washington Post reported. The video above begins by showing students walking on campus, their faces blurred. Then you can see Peterson walking with other adults before arriving in the location of the shooting, with a timestamp of 2:23 p.m. The majority of the clip above,
The video footage does not contain sound, but last week the sheriff’s office released dispatch recordings that showed what Peterson said during the shooting. However, the sheriff’s office warned that timestamps on the video and timestamps on the dispatch recording might not be “exactly synchronized.”