nonpublic forum.Constitutional law. Public property that is not designated or traditionally considered an arena for public communication, such as a jail or a military base. • The government’s means of regulating a nonpublic forum need only be reasonable and viewpoint-neutral to be constitutional. Cf. PUBLIC FORUM. [Cases: Constitutional Law

90.1(4). C.J.S. Constitutional Law §§ 556–557, 559–561, 568, 570–572, 580, 608.]

[Blacks Law 8th]