nonrioting

nonrioting

(ˌnɒnˈraɪətɪŋ)
adj
not acting in a riotous manner
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This conforms to the findings of the Kerner Commission Report on Civil Disorders which concluded that the "typical rioter was a teenager or young adult, a lifelong resident of the city in which he rioted, a high school dropout; he was, nevertheless, somewhat better educated than his nonrioting Negro neighbor, and was usually underemployed or employed in a menial job.
This fall's season of discontent in the federal prisons may have drawn to a close; the "precautionary lockdown" at twenty-eight nonrioting prisons--down from seventy in the days after the uprisings-finally ended in early November.