But don't worry. The London Police will investigate and make sure their fellow officers did nothing wrong.
YouTube video of the arrest
The video shows the student being held down in a campus building on Wednesday and pummelled by at least five campus and city police officers.
Officers are seen kneeing the student aggressively in the torso, beating him on the back with batons and punching him hard up to a dozen times.
Elgin Austen, the head of campus police, told a news conference Thursday that by the time he arrived during the arrest, he didn't see "anything out of order" with the level of force being applied.
"It was being conducted consistent with the Ontario Police College and the training that officers have there."
He added that people seeing just the video alone "may not understand what the officers were actually doing."
"What the officers were doing was trying to apprehend a strong individual ... and not injure that person and keep other people around safe."
Charged with mischief under $5,000, assaulting a peace officer, resisting arrest and escaping lawful custody is Irnes Zeljkovic, of London.
Kulczycki said an automatic review is conducted in situations like these.
"We will certainly co-operate fully with London police as that occurs," she said.
Considering that there were apparently London police officers involved in the incident, I don't find that too terribly comforting!