The ALP report accused the Burmese army of extrajudicial killings of captured enemy combatants, as well as forcing civilians to serve as porters.
Burma has declined to grant visas to three UN-appointed experts to look into allegations of abuses against the armed forces.
The US calls on Burma to allow a UN fact-finding mission to investigate widespread allegations of killings, rape and torture by security forces.
Some 420 men, women and children are camped in the town of Sechaung, while another 62 ethnic Khami people shelter in a monastery.
Three Burmese army servicemen under investigation for the death of five local villagers in northern Shan State’s Lashio Township in June have confessed to the killings at a military tribunal.
Accusing Burma’s armed forces of “going after activists who dare to expose its abuses”, EarthRights International calls for the release of Arakanese activist Khaing Myo Htun.