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Crows Security, simply known as the Crows, is a security organization that works along the GCPD in Gotham City. It was co-founded by Jacob Kane and the late Catherine Hamilton-Kane, and funded by the latter.

History

Crows Security was founded sometime between 2003 and 2004 by former USSOCOM colonel Jacob Kane and Hamillton Dynamics' CEO Catherine Hamilton-Kane, who also funded the organization.[1] After Batman's disappearance, the Crows became the city's new protector, albeit only available for wealthy individuals.

After Commander Kane was arrested in late 2019 for the alleged murder of his wife, Catherine Hamilton-Kane, Agent Sophie Moore took charge of the security firm.[2] However, he was soon proven innocent by Sophie's help and the testimony of Dr. "Ethan Campbell" and thus released from prison and resumed his role as leader of the Crows.

Overview

Crows Security's main goal is to protect the citizens of Gotham City, even trying to do it far better than Batman could, however, they are far from being as effective as the Dark Knight, as they only protect upper-class citizens; while Batman protected all citizens of Gotham; regardless of whether or not they were upper-class, middle-class or low-class citizens.

After going through the case files of Reggie Harris, Jacob has begun to suspect that there is slew of corrupt agents in the Crows as he learned that 50,000 dollars was transferred to someone, in the Crows, possibly Robles, by Stu Donnelly and his cohorts and they helped in framing Harris for Lucius Fox's murder.

The Crows are no allies to Kate Kane (under the persona of Batwoman) even though her goal is to protect the citizens of Gotham City just like Batman had.

Known members

Crows Security (Earth-Prime)

Agents of Crows Security.

Current members

Former members

Known enemies

Current enemies

Former enemies

Appearances

Batwoman

Season 1

Behind the scenes

  • In DC Comics, The Murder of Crows is the nickname given to a five-man band of Colonel Jacob Kane's closest allies from the special operations community, cultivated during his years in the field (as the leader, Jacob is the sixth member).

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