Report [from Print source using APA 5th ed.]
The format is very much like a book, with author, year, title, place of publication and publisher. However, if it comes from a recognised series, include the series title and number in round brackets after the title. Some types of report may have a corporate author (the name of the organization responsible for the report goes in the author position).
Author, initials. (year). Title of the report (Series title number). Place of publication: Publisher.
Law Commission reports:
Follow standard pattern above but you should also include the Command Paper or House of Commons Paper number if possible.
Law Commission: (2011). Expert evidence in criminal proceedings in England and Wales (Law Com No 325 HC 829). London: TSO.
Law Commission. (2008). Housing: Encouraging responsponsible letting (Law Com No 312 Cm 7458). London: TSO.
Anderson, W., & Weatherburn, P. (1996). Treatment information needs of people living with HIV : Research report. London: Nam Publications.
Birney, A. J., & Hall, M. M. (1981). Early identification of children with written language difficulties (Report No. 81-502). Washington D.C.: National Educational Association.
Harris, J., & Grace, S. (1999). A question of evidence? Investigating and prosecuting rape in the 1990s (Home Office Research Study 196). London: Home Office.
Marvin, H. (1985). Information and experience in architectural design : A report on a research project commissioned by the Building Research Establishment, and supported by the Building Centre Trust (Research paper 23). York: University of York, Institute of Advanced Architectural Studies.
Point Carbon Advisory Services. (2008). EU ETS phase III - The potential and scale of windfall profits in the power sector: A report for WWF. Oslo: Point Carbon.
Rogge, K., Schleich, J., & Betz, R. (2006). An early assessment of national allocation plans for phase 2 of EU emission trading (Working Paper Sustainability and Innovation on Nr. S 1/2006). Karlsruhe: Fraunhofer Institute Systems and Innovation Research.
Strickland, P., & Almandras, S. (2009). Crime and Security Bill No 3 2009/10 (Research Paper 09/97). London: House of Commons Library.
World Wildlife Fund. (2005). Carbon countdown: Emissions trading to combat climate change. Godalming: World Wildlife Fund.
Citation in Text
... reasons for not taking HIV drugs (Anderson & Weatherburn, 1996, p. 12) are more ...
Birney and Hall (1981, p. 42) show that earlier forms of testing ...
The prosecution of rape before 1990 (Harrris & Grace, 1999, p. 33) was affected by ...
... information presented in journals is easy to absorb (Marvin, 1985, p. 28), so ...