Video shows Florida Cop Beating his Daughter at School. No One Intervenes.

Ben Keller

A school security camera captured Miami cop beating his own daughter.

Video shows school employees did nothing to stop Miami-Dade cop Raymond Emilio Rosario from slapping his daughter in the face, grabbing her hair and beating her with a belt.

A woman sitting nearby hardly moves at all.

Rosario, 44, can be seen walking inside and picking up a belt already sitting on the counter before he begins shaking his daughter around, lashing her with the belt.

Eventually, his daughter, a crying 14-year-old, sits on the floor.

Rosario decided to beat the teen on March 19 after a teacher called him to tell him his daughter was being disrespectful in class.

It's not clear whether or not he knew a security camera was recording.

Rosario was arrested on April 2 for child abuse after beating the teen on camera at the Pinecrest Cove Preparatory Academy.

Susie Dopico, the Pincrest Cove Preparatory Academy principal, didn't explain why school employees did not intervene.

One of them appears to have a smirk on her face during the beating.

The school eventually reported the incident to Florida Department of Children and Families.

Records show Rosario surrendered to authorities for child abuse at the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center.

Rosario is on paid leave while the Miami-Dade police investigate the incident.

Comments (5)
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@fascist slayer The school did report it, that's how he got caught.


What is wrong with that police department suspend with pay... Beating a child is okay with them.. you given the guy a vacation...


Paid leave? How about Unpaid leave and getting rid of this DirtBag?

Fascist Slayer
Fascist Slayer

Are the school employees going to be arrested? Isn’t there some law that say’s if you see child abuse or are sitting next to it and you don’t intervene or report it you can be charged as well? If this had been me, you or anybody else you’d be looking at 20 to 30 behind bars. I bet the school employees are watching cops shows, court shows on their computers.


Why is the cop on paid leave? Do Miami-Dade Police think child abuse could be part of the cop's employment?

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