Peer Review is a process in which agencies that receive domestic violence funds are reviewed by fellow agencies, ICADV, and the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute (ICJI). Victim assistance agencies and domestic violence shelters are required to be in compliance with a set of standards that were created and approved by ICADV, ICJI, and Peer Reviewed agencies. These standards address the minimum policies and procedures that are needed for all programs. There are four sections of the Peer Review Standards: Administration, Volunteer, Agency and Facilities. Teams consisting of a group of peers from other agencies and shelters assist ICADV and ICJI in reviewing each agency every two years for compliance with the standards.