Realistically: the narrative bias pulls pretty hard
It is almost as if the cops are the ones who instigate violence, and not the protestors.
Or it's temporary and we're a couple weeks away from kids getting shot if CHAZ/CHOP is an example.
Nonetheless, I'll take your bet; I bet that the violence will not return until the police start engaging again. I can agree that the peace is temporary, but to me, it is merely because there is currently a handoff from federal police to OSP.
As far as the city itself, the city council just voted to defund the police and to give us a vote in November to set up more police oversight. The only people complaining are the police, who are retaliating by digging up dirt on city councilors.
Broken-window criminology happens to be based on fabricated data, bad statistics, and lies; it was created in order to justify racial oppression via aggressive policing. You can learn more about the history of James Q. Wilson and broken-window theory from "How Police Unions Made Cops Even Deadlier"  or other detailed analyses of Wilson's legacy. By making casual reference to these theories, you are propagating the same system that killed the people whose deaths spawned the protests that you are bemoaning.
Mostly a distraction from real police reform. Federal police arresting violent white protestors is low on the list of important priority police reform issues in the US. Seemed like two groups were trying to make an important moment about themselves.
I'd watch it start to descend into on Twitter, and the feds would let them protest for 4-6 hours until around midnight, usually when it got really bad before declaring it unlawful. And everyone did their song and dance. Then the next day the news and political punditry would be all about vandalizing some courthouse and nothing else.