Lollipop wardens in the borough will now use stop signs with inbuilt video cameras in a bid to stamp out unruly behaviour from drivers.
The new lollipop cams being introduced by Hillingdon Council will record incidents such as revving engines, driving through the crossing when people are in the road and swearing and other abusive behaviour.
Last year there were 1,400 incidents of abuse against lollipop wardens across the country and dozens of staff have needed hospital treatment after being hit by cars which failed to stop.
Hillingdon alone reports around 60 incidents a month of drivers being abusive to crossing staff.
Hillingdon Council has bought three sticks at around £900 each, which will be rotated round the borough.
Councillor Keith Burrows, cabinet member for planning and transportation, said: "Motorists need to be made aware that stop really means stop and they are committing a criminal offence if they don't.
"Those who don't stop are putting the lives of children, parents and our patrols in danger. We hope that the new technology will prove an effective deterrent to help stamp this out."
Drivers who fail to stop face a fine of £1,000, three penalty points on their licence and even disqualification.
Councillor Mike Cox, leader of the Liberal Democrats on the council, said: "There is a shortgage of lollipop people coming forward these days.
"Warrender School have been asking for one for a long time, and one of the key reasons is the attitude and behaviour of drivers.
"If this initiative helps to protect and reassure these important guardians of our school children it is to be welcomed."