Arkansas law outlines what constitutes child pornography and the offense a person may be charged with if they are aware of child pornography and fail to report it to the proper authorities. Child pornography can be transferred via devices such as computers and cellphones, but it is important to ascertain whether an accused individual knowingly received or possessed sexually explicit content involving a child.
It is illegal to knowingly possess or view anything that contains images of a child engaging in sexual conduct. This can include photographs, videos, video games or computer-generated images. It is also illegal to sell or otherwise distribute by publishing, gifting or lending these kinds of images.