Journals like CVPR (IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition) have a peer-reviewing process. Depending on the journal (or the publication published after a conference - is that also called a journal?) one might simply know that all articles were peer-reviewed.
However, those reviews are not publicly available as far as I know.
This is also a problem of arXiv / bad journals. They might have (many) good articles, but one has to check them. A work-around might be to look at citation counts / who cited the article, but citations are not necessarily positive.
Are there any typical / recommended ways to write reviews and make them publicly available?