Of course, this all leads up to the word for this month: CURFEW. According to Black's Law Dictionary, CURFEW is a regulation that forbids people (of certain classes of them, such as minors) from being outdoors or in vehicles during specified hours. How does this work? Say you don't want your kid out after midnight (or home by 9:00 on a school night). Parent might say, your "curfew" is 9:00PM and I want you inside the house by 9:00PM else (horrors) no more cell phone for you, young lady.
Another example? Not long ago, there was the incident in Ferguson, Missouri where there has been looting and rioting by people who (I'm betting) don't have to go to work in the morning. As a result of all the mayhem, the Missouri Govenor issued an order instituting a curfew to help curb some of the looting and rioting.
A number of cities around the country have curfew laws such as San Francisco, Indianapolis, Columbus (Ohio), Fort Worth (Texas), Seattle, and Washington D.C. just to name a few. If you want (or need) to know about the curfew laws in your state or jurisdiction, why no head on over to your local county law library and take a look at what they have to offer.