I would like to share information on the various ways San Francisco Public Library works to help people connect with the public library while incarcerated, use public library resources, programs and services to reintegrate successfully after release, and participate in workforce development connected to the library. The areas of focus will be: 1) Jails and Reentry Services (JARS): Our JARS unit consists of a FT Librarian manager, a FT librarian, and two PT paraprofessionals, who collectively provide library service in our jails, where the incarcerated would otherwise have no access to library resources. the JARS unit also provides reference by mail to incarcerated people, serving a multi-state area. The reference by mail service meets a crucial need and is very well thought out, with clear guidelines, limitations, and procedures that I think might be helpful to share with other libraries contemplating such service. Separately from JARS, we are partnering with a nonprofit that trains ex-offenders in service jobs; their workers help monitor restrooms, reporting issues as needed to our Security and Custodial units, thereby extending their reach and speed of response. These workers also participate in job training and work readiness trainings and activities organized by the library and our partners.