The force was heavily criticised for making the suggestion in the wake of the Sarah Everard case.
Baroness Hale of Richmond said it was not ‘appropriate’ for her to comment publicly on the future of Met chief Dame Cressida Dick.
Wayne Couzens was a serving Met Police officer when he murdered Sarah Everard in March.
The North Yorkshire Police commissioner said Everard 'never should have submitted' to the arrest.
Lord Paddick, former Met Police deputy assistant commissioner, said when he was in the police women and gay officers were expected to 'behave like straight white men'.
In the wake of the sentencing of Wayne Couzens, a debate has sprung up over how much women can trust the police.
MP Harriet Harman said it was "not possible" for Cressida Dick to rebuild women's trust in the police.
Former Met Police officer Couzens pleaded guilty in July to her kidnap, rape and murder and was given a full life order on Thursday – the first police officer to receive such a sentence.
Wayne Couzens is the first police officer to be given a whole life order, meaning he will never leave prison.
Women have shared their reactions after disturbing details emerged about the murder of Sarah Everard.
Wayne Couzens portrayed himself as a caring family man and animal lover after burning Sarah Everard’s body in the woods, a court heard.
As Wayne Couzens is sentenced for Sarah Everard's murder, how the former Met Police officer faced accusations six years before her 'sickening' death.
Kate did not announce her visit to the vigil in advance when she laid flowers at the bandstand in Clapham.
The government is planning to introduce a number of measures in an effort to make the streets safer for women.
Sir Charles Walker, one of the most vocal critics of the government’s coronavirus lockdown rules, called for the ban on protests to be lifted as soon as 'this evening'.
Images of Patsy Stevenson being held to the ground by officers have led to criticism of the Metropolitan Police.
There have been calls for Dame Cressida Dick to quit her role following the scenes at the vigil.
Shadow domestic violence minister Jess Phillips has called on Downing Street to turn rhetoric into action.
McCall's post comes amid online conversations about how women frequently unsafe while walking in public areas.
Wales’ first minister Mark Drakeford has insisted he has no plans to bring in a curfew for men to keep women safe.