Five Texas officers who were on-site during mass shooting that left 19 children and two teachers dead in Uvalde under investigation,

Five Texas Department of Public Safety officers are being investigated for their behaviour on the day of the May shooting at Robb Elementary School. 

In the shooting, 19 children and two teachers were killed. 
Infamously, hundreds of police officers showed up at the scene of the shooting but waited more 

 than an hour before trying to stop the shooter. 
Two of the five cops have been suspended without pay until the outcome of the investigation. 

This fresh probe begins the same week as Uvalde kids return to school for the first time since the atrocity. 
The acts of five Texas

s Department of Public Safety officers during the May 24 school shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas are categorised as conduct.

Col. Steve McGraw, who is in charge of the DPS, told Fox Austin on Tuesday, "Every agency that responded that day, including the DPS, has a part in this failure."

It is well known that hundreds of police officers waited outside and inside the school for more than an hour before confronting the 18-year-old mass shooter,

Salvador Ramos. 
The shooting claimed the lives of 19 youngsters and 2 instructors.

The agency acknowledged to the station that the Office of Inspector General is investigating five of its officers. Two of the five employees have already been suspended without pay