Jeremy, the bill as written will apply to anyone on the registry even after they are no longer on supervision. Yes, when one is still on probation or parole or any community supervision, he has constraints and restrictions. When that has ended, the sentence is satisfied. There should be no more restrictions where one may go or what he may do as long as he is not breaking the law. That is the entire point of the article. The situation being addressed is making this restriction applicable to ALL on the registry.