A Tasmanian man has been charged with child exploitation offences after police searched his Ulverstone home on Wednesday.
The Tasmanian Joint Anti Child Exploitation Team, comprising Australian Federal Police and Tasmania Police officers, charged the man with accessing and possessing child abuse material.
Police seized a laptop and mobile phone for further forensic analysis.
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The man was expected to appear in Devonport Court on Wednesday afternoon.
AFP Detective Sergeant Aaron Hardcastle said the AFP and its JACET partner Tasmania Police remained committed to identifying, targeting and prosecuting those seeking to harm children.
"Today's arrest is another example of our tireless efforts to protect our community's most vulnerable - our children," Detective Sergeant Hardcastle said.
"The Tasmania JACET will continue to work together to stamp out this abhorrent and vile industry. Make no mistake, the Tasmania JACET will spare no resource to track down and prosecute those who seek to bring harm to any child."
Members of the public who have any information about people involved in child abuse and exploitation are urged to call Crime stoppers on 1800 333 000.
An online report can also be made by alerting the Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation via the Report Abuse button at www.accce.gov.au/report.
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