The New Hampshire Human Trafficking Collaborative Task Force and “Give Way to Freedom ” ended it partnership this week, according to acting U.S. Attorney John J. Farley. Give Way to Freedom had served as the project director for the task force. The announcement comes after Give Way to Freedom hired Kate D’Adamo, a former national policy advocate for the Sex Workers Project, an organization that supports legalization of prostitution.
According to past reports in the Union Leader, D’Adamo publicly advocated for decriminalization of prostitution at a panel discussion in March at Durham. In addition, Manchester Police called for her removal from the job last month.
The Task Force will adopt a new management structure and will seek to install a new Project Director. Core team members of the New Hampshire Human Trafficking Task Force are the Manchester Police Department, Child and Family Services, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Homeland Security Investigations, and the United States Attorney’s Office.