§ 256-a. Providing information to child protection services. Upon a determination by a probation agency or department that its records regarding an individual presently under the supervision of the agency or department are relevant to an investigation of child abuse or maltreatment conducted by a child protective service pursuant to title six of article six of the social services law, the probation agency or department shall provide the records or portions thereof determined to be relevant to the child protective service conducting the investigation. Each probation agency or department shall make provisions for the transmission of records required to be provided under this section.