Violent crime increased in the United States for the second consecutive year, according to a report released this week by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

The report, titled “Crime in the United States” showed that murders have jumped significantly in recent years, up 8.6 percent since 2015 and 16.1 percent since 2012. It estimated that there were 17,250 murders last year in the United States. Adjusting for population differences, the murder rate itself also increased, with 5.3 murders per 100,000 people, as 12.8 percent increase since 2012.

While these are not unprecedented numbers—violent crime was significantly higher in the 1990s and before—the FBI says this report “reaffirms that the worrying violent crime increase that began in 2015 after many years of decline was not an isolated incident.”

The report included all violent crime: murder, rape, robbery, and aggravated assault, and showed that across the board these crimes have been steadily increasing.