Title 42, Chapter 8, Section 40
All reports, files, records, and papers of whatever kind relative to
the state-wide probation system are declared to be confidential and
shall be available only to the probation system officials and to the
judge handling a particular case. They shall not be subject to
process of subpoena. However, these records may be declassified by a
majority vote of the board whenever the board deems it advisable.