I love that you are interested in forensic psychology. That was/is my main area of interest. I received great advice though to get a "general" degree. I got my doctorate in clinical psychology so that way my education is broad. However, my practicum and internships (there are several) focused on forensics. I worked in adult and juvenile prisons. There's a lot you can do... assessments, therapy, trial consulting, working with victims to recover from crimes, etc. Travel can occur if you choose to do things that have you going to court (most people avoid this, some people love it). Business meetings at night are rare unless you choose, but if you're treating offenders (example substance abuse groups) you will likely do some at night. Hope this helps. It's not all Silence of the Lambs, but it's very rewarding.