Probation records are "Judicial Records" and thus can only be released with the authorization of the Court. The probation department will only release information that is already public record and is available from either the district or county clerk's public records, such as the conditions of supervision, the offense for which you are on probation, the length of probation, etc. This means that we will not discuss details of your case if someone, even a family member, calls up to inquire about the details of your supervision. The only way that we will discuss these details is with the permission of the Court. Some agencies, primarily law enforcement, will have some access to your information if it pertains to public safety.