According to the Law on Archive Fund of the Republic of Moldova (no. 880-XII of 22.01.1992), the Archive of the former Ministry of National Security has been transformed into special state storage as part of the Archive Fund of the Republic of Moldova. Administration, accounting, filing, storage and use of archival records shall be made in accordance with the Law mentioned above, the Regulation on State Archive Fund approved by Governmental Decision no. 352 of 27 May 1992, as well as internal departmental acts.
In special warehouse of the Security and Intelligence Service there are stored over 70 000 records, divided into five funds:
- the fund of internal administration documentation of the Security and Intelligence Service;
- the fund of documentation on the activity of the Security and Intelligence Service;
- the fund of judicial cases initiated against persons who have been subjected to political repression during the totalitarian regime;
- the fund of filtering and trophy documentation on the returnees in the country in the first years after the Second World War and former war prisoners;
- the fund of personnel' files of state security bodies.
Documentation from the fund of judicial cases initiated against persons who have been subjected to political repression during the totalitarian regime refers to the investigation of 28 984 people, subsequently convicted on the basis of decisions taken by state judicial and extrajudicial bodies ("Osobaia Troika", "Commisia NKVD "," Special Meeting", "Military Tribunal of NKVD troops").The cases were initiated, basically, on the art. 54 (counterrevolutionary offenses) of the Criminal Code of the Ukrainian SSR applied in Moldavian SSR until 1961, and after 1961 on the basis of Moldavian SSR Criminal Code (anti-Soviet agitation and propaganda).
Archive files from the fund of filtration and trophy refer to the people subject to state control upon their return to the country in first years following World War II. This category includes those who performed military service during the years 1941-1944 in Romanian army, people who were forced to work in Germany, as well as those who were prisoners in concentration camps in Western Europe.
Information of socio-political and historical-scientific interest can be provided on request from special warehouse of the Security and Intelligence Service under national legal framework.