Where Concealed Handguns are Prohibited
It is a violation of the Arkansas Concealed Handgun License law to carry a concealed handgun into any of the locations listed below:
Any police, sheriff or Arkansas State Police office. Arkansas Highway Police facility.
Detention facility, prison or jail. Courthouse or courtroom.
Any polling place.
Meeting place of any government entity.
Meeting place of any session of the Arkansas General Assembly or committee of the General Assembly.
Any athletic event not related to firearms competition in which the license holder is participating.
Any part or section of an establishment licensed to dispense alcoholic beverages for consumption on the premises, except a restaurant.
Any part of section of an establishment in which alcohol is consumed on the premises, except a restaurant.
Any school, college, community college, or university campus building or school/college event unless the event is for the purpose of participating in an authorized firearms related activity.
Inside the passenger terminal of any airport, unless the handgun is encased for shipment by lawful transportation.
Any church or other place of worship.
Any place where the possession of firearms is prohibited by federal law. Any place where a property owner or manager has exercised discretion to prohibit the possession of a firearm.
Participating in a parade or demonstration for which a permit is required.
At a private residence without having first advised the occupants that the license holder is carrying a concealed weapon and given the permission to carry the handgun.