Jake De-Geus, 29, from Chichester and Edwin Hirst, 39, from Fareham, Hampshire, will seem at Worthing Magistrates’ Court docket on October 24.
The summons comes because the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) authorised prices in reference to the incident in East Road, Chichester on March 22, 2023.
Hirst has additionally been charged with battery in opposition to a 16-year-old boy from Chichester.
The costs had been authorised by the CPS after receiving a full file of proof from Sussex Police
On the time of the incident, the 15-year-old boy from Worthing, and the 16-year-old had been arrested for assault however no prices had been introduced by the CPS attributable to inadequate proof.
A video circulated in March appeared to point out a black 15-year-old boy being restrained and handcuffed by two civilian safety workers, with one kneeling throughout his legs.
David Owen, senior crown prosecutor for CPS South East, stated: “The costs had been authorised by the CPS after receiving a full file of proof from Sussex Police.
“Prison proceedings in opposition to Mr De-Geus and Mr Hirst are actually energetic, and so they have the fitting to a good trial. This can be very vital that there must be no reporting, commentary or sharing of knowledge on-line which may in any manner prejudice these proceedings.”