Sgt. Gregory Lacerra and his deputy Christopher Krickovich were also instructed to hand over their sheriff's identity cards and the weapons they issued, the sheriff's office said.
The authorities opened an internal investigation after the video surfaced last week. It seems that a Florida deputy shows spray pepper spray on the face of a youthful boy. When the teenager with hands on the face seems to leave, the deputy follows him, grabs him and knocks him down.
Another deputy then jumps on the back of the boy and hits his face several times in the pavement beating the teenager in the head.
In the background you can hear how onlookers "What are you doing?" and "he is bleeding."
The video, which has become viral on social media, has sparked outrage.
"We will consider this as an investigative measure to ensure that people are held accountable." said Tony, who was appointed to his position about three months ago. "I have been appointed to this position solely for accountability, and this accountability is held not only for reasons we are right, but in cases where we may be mistaken."
Broward County prosecutor's office, Mike Set, is also investigating him, he said in a statement on Monday.
Prosecutors are expected to meet with lawyers from the family of the 15-year-old boy on Tuesday, sentence said.