Two Northern-based public servants have been stood down from work pending an investigation into alleged sexual abuse.
The complaints have been referred to Tasmania Police for assessment.
A state government spokesperson said the actions taken were not an indication of wrongdoing.
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Eight public servants have been stood down from work since December 4 while sexual abuse and sexual misconduct allegations are investigated.
A Northern public servant was stood down from work on December 4 due to a historic child sexual abuse allegation identified under a claim to the National Redress Scheme.
A second Northern state service employee was stood down from work on December 10 due to an sexual abuse allegation.
A third public servant, again from the North, was stood down while an allegation of sexual misconduct was investigated on December 14.
A fourth Northern public servant was stood down two days later pending an investigation into an allegation of potential sexual abuse.
A fifth Northern public servant was stood down from work on December 23 for alleged sexual misconduct.
A sixth state service employee, this time from southern Tasmania, was stood down from work on January 6 pending an investigation into alleged sexual misconduct.
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