These questions simply will not confine themselves to quiet rooms.
It is naïve to imagine that a militarized police will confine itself to surgical strikes in crime-ridden areas.
In war, for instance, we certainly mean to confine our aspirations for life to ourselves and our allies.
c.1400, "boundary, limit" (usually as confines), from Old French confins "boundaries," from Medieval Latin confines, from Latin confinium (plural confinia) "boundary, limit," from confine, neuter of confinis "bordering on, having the same boundaries," from com- "with" (see com-) + finis "an end" (see finish (n.)).
1520s, "to border on," from Middle French confiner, from confins (n.); see confine (n.). Sense of "keeping within limits" is from 1590s. Related: Confined; confining.