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A bill backed by area legislators would give hiring preference to the children of corrections officers killed on duty an advantage that is already provided to families of police officers and firefighters.

State Sen. Jennifer Flanagan said the bill could give family members of corrections officers the chance to follow in their parent's footsteps, if they choose.

"The work that correction officers do is very dangerous because they are essentially on the front lines working with a population of people going through the justice system," said the Leominster Democrat, who supports the bill. "Allowing their children the same opportunity to go into that field is fair.

"It's not a job someone enters into lightly. It has physical and emotional demands," Flanagan added.

State Sen. Michael Moore, the bill's sponsor, said the legislation would only apply to children of state corrections officers, because the hiring Buy Kamagra Online Uk of county corrections officers varies by county. The Millbury Democrat Buy Cheap Jintropin Online said he is open to including county correctional officers if "buy cheap jintropin online" there was "a fair way to implement this process."

According to the Department of Corrections, an on duty corrections officer has not been killed in any of the 18 state facilities since 1972. During that time period, two on Cheap Kamagra Supplier Review duty officers were killed in county facilities, according to spokesmen at 14 county corrections centers.

Jerry Flynn, executive director of Acquisto Cialis On Line the New England Police Benevolent Association, said violence against corrections officers is still prevalent.

Last June, an inmate at Souza Baranowski Correctional Center in Shirley stabbed an officer Generic Viagra 100mg in the neck, and in 2011, a Hampden County corrections officer was hospitalized after an inmate attack. Both officers survived.

Flynn said being a corrections officer is "the toughest beat in America." He said the bill would be a fitting honor for officers who are killed.

"Their Buy Jintropin children should receive some compensation as a result, and anyone who speaks in opposition is sour grapes," Flynn said."Instead of hiring on merit, we hire on the basis of nepotism, favoritism and political influence," O'Leary wrote in a 2004 issue of CommonWealth magazine.

In addition to the children of killed officers, preference is given to minorities, veterans and widows.

O'Leary, who declined to be interviewed, wrote in 2004 that preferences promote "mediocrity among public safety workers," and allows employees who passed the exams, but did not earn top scores, to work in civil service positions.

The bill would require a corrections officer's surviving children to go through the standard application process, which includes a criminal background check, physical and written exams, a drug test, and extensive interviews, according to the department's website.

Michael Bellotti, Norfolk County sheriff, said that unlike exams for police officers and firefighters, county corrections officer exam scores are not ranked.

"If they get to that finish line, to that pool of candidates, that's where preference becomes an issue," Bellotti said.

The Department of Corrections declined comment, noting that it has a policy of not commenting on pending legislation.

This legislation would not apply to officers in the Worcester County Sheriff's Office.

State Rep. Stephen DiNatale, who worked for the Department of Corrections for 14 years, supports the bill. He said children of corrections officers have experience with the department growing up, which gives them an advantage over other candidates.