ANGLETON — As efforts continue to address human trafficking, Kerri Pool Taylor from Unbound Houston gave gathered first responders and religious leaders a look at how local people are taking on the problem.

“If I could rename Unbound Houston I would, because it’s kind of the greater bay area,” Taylor said at the Public Safety Ministry Alliance meeting Tuesday at Triumph Church. “Really, where our wheelhouse is, is the outer communities of Houston down to the coast. I’ll tell you why that’s important as we go along, but we fight human trafficking in three primary ways.”

Wes Wolfe is a reporter for The Facts. Contact him at 979-237-0152.

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