Notwithstanding any other provision of the general laws to the contrary, any person
convicted of first degree child molestation pursuant to § 11-37-8.1 or second degree child molestation pursuant to § 11-37-8.3 shall, in addition to any other penalty imposed, be subject to community supervision
upon that person's completion of any prison sentence, suspended sentence, and/or probationary
term imposed as a result of that conviction.
In the case of a person convicted of first degree child molestation pursuant to § 11-37-8.1, community supervision shall be for life and pursuant to the provisions of § 11-37-8.2.1, community supervision shall include electronic monitoring via an active global positioning
system for life. In the case of a person eighteen (18) years or older convicted of second degree
child molestation pursuant to § 11-37-8.3, the term of the original sentence imposed and the term of community supervision
shall not exceed thirty (30) years.
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