Everyone's a superhero, everyone's a Captain Kirk
It might be worth explaining to your boy that their responsibility has to be with the vulnerable person, and that, as Marty says, they've used a pretty much scatter-gun approach that has no basis in anything but was probably intended to protect the vulnerable person with no thought for the actual law. I know it's massively frustrating, especially when he's doing alright. And I hope it doesn't make him feel persecuted. It's just a sticking plaster or at least an attempt at one.