The commanding officer at Los Angeles Police Department's Foothill Division, which patrols nearby Tujunga and Sunland, was reassigned following the release of , according to the Los Angeles Times.
Capt. Joseph Hiltner is 34-year LAPD veteran who was relocated, according to The Times.
The incident happened near In-N-Out, in Tujunga last week when Michelle Jordan of Sunland was pulled over by two LAPD Foothill Station officers during a traffic stop at Del Taco on Foothill Boulevard and Saluda Street.
Release of the survillance video has propelled an immediate response from LAPD Chief Charlie Beck.
"My initial review of the officers' statements and the recorded video cause me to have serious concerns about this Use of Force," said LAPD Chief Charlie Beck in a prepared statement.
"We will investigate this thoroughly and hold our officers accountable for their actions," Beck said.
Beck also ordered that officers see the video before beginning their shifts, The Times reported.
Jordan exited her car and allegedly began a confrontation with the officers, according to LAPD. She was taken to the ground and handcuffed. While still handcuffed, Jordan and the officers began a dispute and the officers took her to the ground a second time, authorities said.
She was arrested and booked on suspicion of interfering or resisting arrest. She was later released on bond.
Based on Jordan's statement during arrest and what LAPD's Internal Affairs Group investigators saw in the surveillance video, a personnel complaint was initiated against both officers, officials said.
The two officers, whose names were not immediately released, were assigned to non-field duties pending the investigation, police said. One officer has 22 years of service and the other officer is a probationary officer with 10 months on the job.
Officials urge anyone with information to call LAPD's Foothill Area Watch Commander at (818)756-8861 or Internal Affairs Group at (213) 485-1486.