Officers have visited every house in a 750 metre radius and are repeating their appeal for CCTV, and for islanders in western parishes to check gardens, garages and outbuildings.
The search for missing Thomas Frost is into its tenth day.
The 51 year old has not been seen since leaving his parents' home in St Ouen on the night of Saturday 11 February.
Jersey Search and Rescue, Jersey Fire and Rescue Service, Channel Islands Air Search, Jersey Coastguard, CI Search and the Honorary Police have all been involved in the hunt for him.
A Police Search Advisor has been brought in from Guernsey to assist their Jersey counterpart.
60 police officers and staff have been working on the investigation, and detectives have identified a 750 metre radius from Thomas' last known location.
Every household in that area has been visited.
Thomas Frost has been missing since Saturday 11 February.
The force says their enquiries have generated 130 leads, and that all but 19 had been followed up as of Monday afternoon (20 February).
18 passing motorists were stopped and spoken to on Saturday night (18 February), exactly a week since Thomas' disappearance.
Honorary officers carried out further road checks nearby.
Police are repeating their plea for any CCTV, dash-cam or doorbell footage, and for people living in the west of the island to check their land.
Thomas is described as 5ft 10, of medium build with greying hair. It’s believed that he is wearing a crimson red T-shirt underneath a navy shirt with white buttons and navy jeans.
He also may be wearing a light grey hoodie over his shirt and it is still thought that he didn’t have shoes on him when he disappeared.
Anyone with information should call police on 01534 612612, option 2, option 4.