Police station furniture installed by NJL Custodial
NJL Custodial is a market leader in the manufacture and installation of specialist custodial furniture. For a number of years, we have fabricated ‘Lambeth Style’ police cell benches. Continue reading
NJL Custodial – Charge Desk Specialists
NJL Custodial is an expert in the design, fabrication and installation of police charge, bail and discreet charge desks. Continue reading
Commitment to Carillion, Amey and MOJ
Over the last eighteen months NJL Custodial has adapted to the changing MOJ environment and recently invested in the provision of ‘critical spares’ for Carillion and Amey so we can react quickly to urgent furniture and sanitary ware requirements.
NJL Custodial Welcomes a New Addition to the Team
Lee Thompson graduated from Northumbria University with a BA (Hons) in International Business Management. Since graduating, Lee worked in sales at a multinational retailing company before joining a start-up technology firm in Prague where he was responsible for international marketing and website design.
NJL Custodial is the leading manufacturer of safer cell prison furniture in the UK. Continue reading
NJL Custodial is the leading manufacturer of approved safer cell furniture in the UK. We also supply and fit other safer cell products and can offer a complete solution for prisons wanting to introduce additional safer cells. Continue reading
It’s fair to say that the last year has been challenging for everyone involved with the switch to working with or for AMEY on the northern area prison framework. Continue reading
It’s fair to say that the last year has been a challenge for everyone involved with the switch to working with of for Carillion on the southern area prison framework. Continue reading
NJL Custodial are closing at 2.30pm on Friday 18th December for 2 weeks and return on Monday 4th January 2016.
We thank you all for your continued support in 2015 and wish you a very merry Christmas.
Last month The Chancellor, George Osborne and Justice Secretary Michael Gove outlined major plans for tackling the countries dilapidating prisons. Victorian inner city jails are to be closed, with land sold off for housing and modern more efficient facilities are to be built with others expanded. Continue reading