It depends on the country. In my country forensic psychology is pretty new field and people don't get the concept of it yet.
I agree with @Paul B. here. At least for the US, a forensic psychology degree does not provide the benefits one might expect. It might be better as a bachelors or masters to supplement other clinical training.
I guess that depends on what you are getting it for. If you are looking to supplement your clinical training or learn more about forensic psychology, than I don't see why not. However, in the United States where I live, this degree is not helpful for doing forensic evaluations for the court. Only licensed clinical psychologists can do this. Therefore, you have to get a degree as a licensed clinical psychologist and a forensic psychology degree is not beneficial to that end. However, in other countries it may be different.