b'62 SEA OPERATIONSBetween May 2021 and April 2023, the duo tallied 494 airport encounters, 239 of which were with individuals experiencing homelessness. No arrests were made in 204 of the 239 encounters, and 159 of the people involved accepted some type of assistance or referral from SEA Cares. Of the 36 unhoused people who were arrested, 27 accepted follow-up care. Even if theyre getting arrested, we try to do something for them, emphasizes Viktoriya Rossiytseva, the mental health professional who goes on the calls. VIKTORIYA ROSSIYTSEVA Almost half [of our encounters] are with homeless individuals, which is pretty significant, she adds. My role is helping the officers figure out what the issue is, collaborate to come up with a solution or an outcome in the moment, and then I take on the follow-up role. Follow-up often includes referrals to other agencies and ensuring individuals receive treatment or support services. Hopefully, theyre not coming back to the airport and Airport employees report that they feel safer at work since SEA Cares was implemented last fall.2023 IES Aviation Lighting Committee Technology Meeting MEETING REGISTRATION$875 EARLY REGISTRATIONThrough September 1, 2023$975 REGISTRATIONSeptember 2 through October 16, 2023$1075 LATE REGISTRATIONAfter October 16, 2023Hotel Rooms at $219+ tax per night until Ocoter 16,2023Golf at TPC Champions Course $195.00 per personSocial Guest Tour-$775.00 per person until Octover 16, 2023Please accept an invitation to join the largest gathering of dedicated airport lighting professionals including FAA officials, State Aviation officials, consulting engineers, airport maintenance specialists and airfield lighting equipment manufacturers at the 2023 Fall Technology MeetingNOV. 5 TH 9 TH , 2023 in Scottsdale, Arizona.Doubletree ResortParadise Valley/Scottsdale, ArizonaRegistration at www.iesalc.org/technology-meetingsFOLLOW US ONSeptember 2023AirportImprovement.com'