Chairperson, I think we are a Department of Correctional Services whose task is to rehabilitate people into proper functioning members of society. It is not in the interests of society to have someone serve a sentence and finish that sentence, but still have 10 years in which the person must report that he or she was convicted of a criminal offence. It is also not in our interest to then extend it further than those 10 years, to extend it indefinitely. Where will it end? There is co-operation between the Department of Justice and Military Veterans and us. It is safe to say that when a person is released, he or she actually remains released. We deal with people who are in our facilities and those who are outside on parole. Those people are still our responsibility. Once you are through with that, you are completely through. There is a time when you are free.