Civil Disorder

Civil disorder or civil unrest, is a wide term that is naturally used by law enforcement to explain unrest caused by a group of people. Civil interruption is normally an indicator of, and a form of protest against, major socio-political troubles; the severity of the action coincides with public expressions of disapproval. Examples of civil disorder include: illegal parades; sittings and other forms of obstructions; riots; disruption; and other forms of misdeed. It is usually intended to be an expression to the public or the government, but can rise into universal disorder.