A person convicted of violating an AGFC hunting, fishing or boating violation or a federal wildlife regulation in Arkansas may be assessed violation points in addition to other fines and penalties. Arkansas residents convicted of wildlife violations in another state that is a member of the Interstate Wildlife Violator Compact also may receive violation points on their Arkansas record.
|Class of Offense||Points|
|Visit the AGFC Code of Regulations for penalty classifications.|
If, during any three-year period, a person accumulates 12 or more violation points, they will be ineligible to participate in any permit hunts conducted by the AGFC.
If, during any five-year period, a person accumulates 18 or more violation points, they may have their hunting and fishing rights suspended in Arkansas.
|Points Accumulated in Five Years||Hunting and Fishing License Suspension|
|18-29||1 year suspension|
|30-36||2 years suspension|
|37-75||3 years suspension|
|76+||5 years suspension|
|99 (resulting from Class 5 offense)||Lifetime revocation of hunting and fishing rights|
If a person has their Arkansas hunting or fishing license suspended three times, they may receive a lifetime revocation of all hunting and fishing rights.